The government is undermining its own Help to Buy scheme by imposing a large tax burden on first-time buyers, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has argued.
In its latest News & Views, the lenders' body argued that, as the housing market recovers, the government is increasingly benefiting from stamp duty revenue. It questioned why the government allows...
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