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  • Propertygoesup
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    Jeremy Hunt

    How is he allowed to avoid 100 k in stamp duty when if I was to buy a second single property I'd have to pay 3% premium plus the basic stamp duty as well?

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.mir...p-12415305.amp

  • Gordon999
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    Yes , the rules are made by MPs like the one mentioned by name.

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  • sam_cat
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    Originally posted by Kape65 View Post
    Buy seven at once is the answer!
    This.... If you have the cash/can raise the finance then there are plenty of tax breaks you could take advantage of... At times I almost believe that the rules were made for those with money....

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  • Kape65
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    Buy seven at once is the answer!

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  • JK0
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    Oh, well don't you know what 'Jeremy Hunt' is rhyming slang for?

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