The stamp duty tax holiday, which was introduced last year by Chancellor Rishi Sunak to stimulate the property market during the pandemic, will end in its current form today [30 June 2021].
However, the chancellor has provided an extension with a reduced threshold of £250,000 until 30 September 2021 – down from £500,000.
This means that anyone completing on the sale of a main residence costing up to £250,000 will not pay any stamp duty. Properties exceeding £250,000 are only taxed on the value exceeding that threshold.
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