Three cheers for Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, who today (Wednesday 8th July) announced the immediate start of a stamp duty holiday for all properties priced up to £500,000, when purchased as a main home.

The announcement was one of many as the Government takes significant steps to reduce the impact of Covid-19 on the UK economy.

For those across the country wanting to move home, the new stamp duty holiday represents an average saving of £4,500.

But for those buying a House Crowd home, it represents an increased average saving of over £4,650 with 194 of the 204 properties offered across our 12 developments now STAMP DUTY EXEMPT.

This makes buying a House Crowd Developments home even more affordable.

We’ve been crunching the numbers…

Buckton View in Mossley – no stamp duty to pay (saving up to £7,250)

Bridge View in Rudheath – no stamp duty to pay (saving up to £8,000)

The Downs Quarter in Altrincham – no stamp duty to pay on properties up to £500k (saving up to £15,000)

The Spindles in Heywood – no stamp duty to pay (saving up to £2,500)

Fox Owl Rise in Lees Brook – no stamp duty to pay (saving up to £3,750)

Plus, Help to Buy is also available to first time buyers and home movers at all of these developments.

Add to this additional incentives, including a keyworker scheme, and you’ll find there has never been a better time to buy a home.

Get in touch with our talented team to discuss the wide range of properties available to you.