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Stamp Duty Land Tax is changing

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Old vs new: Stamp Duty Land Tax explained

Posted: 16th March 2016

From the 1st April 2016, Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) will considerably increase for those who purchase an additional home or buy to let property within England, Northern Ireland and Wales.

This increase has previously been held in consultation since November 2015. The rise in SDLT has now been confirmed by George Osborne during the 2016 Budget held on the 16th March 2016.

Avant Homes has put together an infographic showing the new SDLT estimations for famous UK residential landmarks. Our estimations show that Buckingham Palace would increase by a staggering £28 million if this property was purchased as an additional home or buy to let.

Scroll down to see more estimations for other famous UK landmarks including 10 Downing Street and Windsor Castle!

If you want to embed this infographic onto your website, please scroll to the bottom of the infographic for the code. 

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