From today, 30th June 2021, the Stamp Duty holiday will start to be phased out. Marking the end of a helpful, year-long incentive for homebuyers.
If you have sold or disposed of a UK residential property (including part interest in one) since April 2020, they may need to report this and pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) within 30 days of completion. HMRC have today issued a reminder regarding this.
The property market is seeing a rapid increase in homebuyers swapping big city life for the fresh sea air. Out of all property sales this year, sales in seaside and rural locations across the UK are the only ones to surpass the number of transactions in 2019. There has also been an increase in demand for commercial property close to the seaside, with many up-and-coming local businesses setting up shop near the coast.
As we look forward to what 2021 will bring, we’re hopeful for the return of some semblance of normality in the near future and the opportunity to meet with our customers, landlords and tenants face to face.
As ambitious plans for the transformation of North Shields, including the Fish Quay, are given final approval by cabinet, what will the master plan mean for our local community and the wider coastal region?
As the nation prepares to return to school following the recent period of closures, we’re often asked about which location is best to access some of the top schools in North Tyneside. As an experienced local agency, selecting a home by your preferred school is something we’re able to help you with.