A row of terraced residential houses in north London. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed temporary plans to abolish stamp duty on properties up to 500,000 GBP in England and Northern Ireland as part of a package to dull the economic impact of the coronavirus. Picture date: Saturday July 11, 2020.

Property market braces for final rush of 420,000 sales before stamp duty deadline.

Property market braces for final rush of 420,000 sales before stamp duty deadline.

The post-lockdown boom means that there are an extra 140,000 sales in the pipeline and the South East is leading the surge.

Click the link to read the full Telegraph article.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/uk/property-market-braces-final-rush-420000-sales-stamp-duty-deadline/

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