With only two months remaining, first-time buyers must act quickly to avoid paying Stamp Duty Land Tax on their first home purchase

After the tax exemption has come to an end first-time buyers will face a tax of 1% on house purchases between £125,000 and £250,000, and a 3% tax on purchases over £250,000

First-time buyers are the key to a healthy property market, and we anticipate the number of people completing the purchase of their first home continuing to increase through February and March to beat the deadline

First Time - Buyers we can help you:

F is for Finance - lets help you find out how much you can afford to borrow

I is to Investigate all your options - shared equity, buying with a sibling or partner, not limiting you're your chances

R is for Research - we have a lot of knowledge to share about where you might want live, which mortgage lender is offering the best deal and much more

S is for Success - this is the time to buy when the variety is great and prices are accessible

T is for Talk to Blair Cadell

Contact Blair Cadell Edinburgh Solicitors for 1st class advice on how to get that first step on the property ladder

 

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