Guest Blog: Government U-turn on granny flats

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Todays Guest Blog is written by taxation expert Jane Greenwood, Personal Tax Director at Alliotts Chartered Accountants. “The Government has made a U-turn on one of the areas dubbed as unfair in the introduction of additional stamp duty on the purchase second properties which came into effect on 1 April. Although this charge was intended to […]

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Beautiful New Development on John Street

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Quality of residence meets quality of location Be the first to view exquisite apartments in a beautifully restored Grade II listed Georgian building on Bloomsbury’s most prestigious street. It’s an exclusive invitation and a distinctly rare opportunity. Each of the seven apartments enjoys generous proportions and luxury interiors. Further features include bespoke, handmade finishings and […]

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Brexit: Are we better off In or Out of the EU?

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In or Out of the EU? It must be stated upfront that it is very difficult to quantify the impact of an ‘out’ decision both in the short run and over a longer period. below are some possible scenarios based on how people tend to behave during periods of significant change, but first some background: […]

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A Short Guide to House Flipping

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House Flipping Investment Guide When it comes down to having to invest in property, there is much you can do by working on so called house flipping. What exactly is house flipping? Well for starters it is the practice of purchasing, renovating and then working on selling a property for a profit. To make this […]

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Loopholes highlighted as Stamp Duty rates increase

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A little-known tax loophole means some buyers of second homes and buy-to-let investors could be exempt from the higher rates of stamp duty that come into force today. The Budget appeared to leave the new stamp duty regime relatively unchanged and many landlords thought they had been given no respite from the tax rise. But […]

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London’s Crossrail could see property price growth of up to 16% by 2020

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The Crossrail train system in London, now due to open in less than three years, is likely to result in a 7% rise in average house prices at many locations along its route by 2020, according to new research. Many locations are already benefiting from higher property values, as well as new development and regeneration, […]

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Generate Income for Retirement with Property Investment

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There are many things you need to consider when you want to relax in a nice retirement, as getting to that point may require you to take care of quite a few things first. The tips ahead will give you more information on the subject so you can get started on the job itself. Before […]

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Local News: PRISM at The Fitzrovia Gallery, 139 Whitfield Street, London, W1T 5EN

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Hudsons has teamed up with artist and print designer Patrick Astwood, who has an exhibition at the Fitzrovia Gallery between 1-11th March. Patrick is offering Hudsons Property clients who visit the exhibition an exclusive discount on his new collection; 25% off the price of his exhibition prints.  He is also offering 25% off all other […]

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