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    This award-winning estate agency group has an exciting new opportunity for an experienced New Homes Manager to join their Land & New Homes team. Full details and how to apply here
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    Savills is advertising for a Head of Residential to join its Wimborne office. Full details and how to apply here
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  • LBTT introduction has had an ‘eye-watering’ impact on the Scottish property market

    The introduction of Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) to replace stamp duty is having an “eye watering” impact on the property market in certain parts of Scotland, according to land and estate agent Bell Ingram. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please...
  • UK housing transactions & policy changes 2007-2016

    There’s been some very big news stories this year, and economic clouds may be hanging especially heavy, but here’s a cut-out-and-keep illustration of what really affects the UK’s residential property market… You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember Me...
  • Stamp duty receipts on track to reach a record high – despite falling property sales

    Official government numbers indicate that the Treasury is on track to raise more than ever before from property transaction taxes, despite a significant drop in the number of homes sold. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember Me...
  • Spring Budget date confirmed

    The date for the 2017 Spring Budget has been set for Wednesday 8th March. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember Me Register Not subscribed yet? Click here to stay on top of the market......
  • ‘Even fervent socialists would not be prepared to subsidise this stamp duty shortfall’

    The Chancellor shouldn’t worry about being seen to be pandering to the rich, says Trevor Abrahmsohn. Lowering SDLT levels at the higher end will earn vital and much needed revenue for the Exchequer, in order to bring down the stubbornly high budget deficit and get the finances of this country...
  • Inheritance tax changes for non-doms with UK property ‘wider than expected’

    Changes to bring UK residential property owned by non-UK domiciled individuals within the UK inheritance tax net are wider than expected because they catch loans to finance the acquisition of a UK property, according to top law firm Pinsent Masons. You need to be logged in to see this part of...
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    ‘Clear loophole’ allows Hong Kong’s richest to skirt stamp duty

    Hong Kong’s property price cooling measures – which include a 15% additional stamp duty rate for non-permanent residents – appear to have loopholes big enough to push a couple of mansions through…   You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username:...
  • Mapped: Global property tax levels compared

    As we discovered last month, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ranks the UK as No.1 for property taxes in the world, if things like Council Tax are included; HM Treasury officially levies more property taxes than any other OECD member country. Now there’s an interactive map to see where else is...
  • Company’s House: To de-envelope or not to de-envelope?

    The period since 2012 has been marked by an unprecedented wave of reforms to the taxation of UK residential property. The primary, but not sole, target of these reforms has been non-UK investors using corporate structures to purchase and hold high-value residential property. In this essential briefing, Claire Weeks and...
  • London’s prime property market dip to drive a £1.6bn cut in this year’s SDLT receipts

    Official Office of Budget Responsibility documents released this week reveal just how badly higher SDLT rates and the Brexit vote have stamped on both the prime London property market and the nation’s finances. “Receipts so far this year have been much weaker than expected,” declares the OBR (as recently predicted...
  • Required Reading: The Autumn Statement for HNWs and business owners

    In this briefing, leading law firm Mishcon de Reya highlights some of the main points of interest from Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement, delivered on 23rd November 2016. Watch the full Autumn Statement speech above In his first and last post-Brexit Autumn Statement, the Chancellor was keen to point out that the...
  • Does the UK really have the highest property taxes in the world?

    A claim by the Chief Executive of major housebuilder Berkeley Group, Rob Perrin, that “the UK has the highest property taxes in the world” caused a few raised eyebrows amongst viewers of BBC’s Newsnight recently, prompting independent fact-checking charity Full Fact to look into the matter… You need to...
  • Research Analyst
    Chestertons is recruiting for a Research Analyst who will report to the Head of Research and work with him on a number of different projects in the department. Full details and how to apply here
  • New Homes Manager
    This award-winning estate agency group has an exciting new opportunity for an experienced New Homes Manager to join their Land & New Homes team. Full details and how to apply here
  • Head of Residential
    Savills is advertising for a Head of Residential to join its Wimborne office. Full details and how to apply here
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