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Positive Coronavirus News Stamp duty ‘holiday’ to help rebuild economy Rishi Sunak has drawn up proposals to exempt most homebuyers from paying any stamp duty under plans to kick-start Britain’s economic recovery. The chancellor will reveal plans this week to lift the threshold at which people start paying stamp duty
Penarth Development Completes £4.26m Property Development Loan – Business News Wales — Read on businessnewswales.com/penarth-development-completes-4-26m-property-development-loan/
Coronavirus: Housing market rebounds as sales increase by 137% https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/coronavirus-housing-market-rebounds-as-sales-increase-by-137-wv29j6fjv
Plans for a groundbreaking Swansea city centre building that allows innovative tech and creative businesses to establish and grow could be given planning permission today. A planning application for a glazed structure rising six storeys on the site of The Kingsway’s former Oceana nightclub is being recommended for approval. More
Housing affordability in England and Wales: 2019 Commenting on the findings, ONS Head of Housing Analysis Nigel Henretty said: “This is the first significant improvement in housing affordability in England for ten years. “While housing remained significantly more affordable in Wales than in England, the gap between the most affordable
Property Advice from the UK’s Leading Property Entrepreneur, Kevin Green… Who is Kevin Green?
Over the last 12 months, the average rent achieved for properties let in Cardiff was £755 per month. This is a +4% change on the previous 12 month period. 52% of properties let in the past 12 months were flats, achieving an average rental value of £691 per month.
An Investor’s Guide to Becoming a Landlord… AN INVESTOR’S GUIDE TO BECOMING A LANDLORD When times of economic uncertainty bite, many investors review their portfolios to find alternative sources of income. With interest rates still fairly low, letting residential property can offer a viable long-term alternative. But as with most
Small and medium sized businesses are set to drive a commercial property boom in the next two years, according to a new study. Research from by finance specialist Together shows nearly six out of ten SMEs (58 per cent) – nearly 3.4 million across the UK – say a boost