Loopholes highlighted as Stamp Duty rates increase

By HUDSONS | 1st Apr 2016 | Property News

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...

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

By HUDSONS | 30th Mar 2016 | Property News

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,...

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

By Hudsons | 26th Feb 2016 | Property News

Hudsons has teamed up with artist and print designer Patrick Astwood, who has an exhibition at the Fitzrovia Gallery between 1-11th March.

Top 5 Mistakes Inexperienced Landlords Make

By HUDSONS | 4th Feb 2016 | Property News

Top 5 Mistakes Inexperienced Landlords Make With the way the housing market is today, many investors who have been fortunate enough to preserve their cash or to maintain an access to credit, with some...

London buyers get Help to Buy boost

By Hudsons | 25th Nov 2015 | House Prices

The government will provide equity loans to cover up to 40% of the price of homes in London, under an extension of the Help to Buy scheme unveiled by George Osborne today.

Tackling the problem of rogue landlords in the UK

By Hudsons | 23rd Nov 2015 | Landlord Advice

Rogue landlords and letting agents have long been a problem in the UK and around the world. Although few and far between, landlords and agents tarnish the property industry as a whole and undermine tenants confidence in rental properties.