Chancellor Philip Hammond has extended stamp duty relief for the second year running, now including first-time buyers of shared ownership properties valued up to £500,000.
In his speech today (29 October), Hammond said all shared equity purchases of up to £500,000 would be exempt of stamp duty land tax. The chancellor added he would make the relief "retrospective", and...
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