The property market has suffered a slump over the last few months, as the number of houses sold dropped, and prices also fell.
It’s believed that the weak figures were largely caused by the end of a holiday on stamp duty.
This caused many buyers to squeeze deals through before the deadline, saving themselves a great deal of money.
The holiday on stamp duty was put in place to try and get the property market moving again, in the aftermath of the crash.
First time buyers were able to avoid the 1% tax, and make significant savings by buying before the deadline.
The return of the stamp duty is likely to damage sales over the rest of the year according to some estate agents.
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