Average buy-to-let landlord selling up will lose £2,600 more to the taxman due to the Autumn Statement slashing the capital gains tax allowance

This is Money has published an article claiming the recent changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) will cost an average of £2,600 more to landlords. The article can be seen here, and in summary says: Landlords will be hit by a capital gains tax raid from next year that will see the typical property investor […]
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House prices still falling

Zoopla has just published its latest survey and has found: UK house prices have fallen 1.3% in the last 6 months but...


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