Liverpool has seen a growth of attraction amongst investors in recent years. This growth has been driven by a plethora of factors, including the city’s extensive regeneration projects which bolstered the local economy and the rise of population. Liverpool has undergone a full transformation, which had a positive effect on Liverpool’s property market.
Are the recent changes in stamp duty for UK property investors right or wrong?
Petty, shallow and stupid. That pretty much sums up the government’s new 3 per cent stamp duty surcharge on additional properties, announced by the chancellor in the Autumn Statement last week. Beyond the naked appeal to the public’s envy of second home owners and buy-to-let landlords, there is almost nothing to recommend this measure on any sober analysis of how it will actually work. This article takes a closer look at whether it was right of the chancellor to increase stamp duty for property investors.
Should Investors be so worried about recent changes to stamp duty?
The cost of stamp duty is increasing for buy-to-let investors but Sanjit Dhanjal, managing director of Opulent in an article written for the New Statesman, remains optimistic about the future of the UK property market and questions just how much of an impact the increased levy will make to property investors. With the chronic undersupply of property here in the UK will potential capital apprecition outweigh any increases in stamp duty?
The Liverpool property market continues to rise in popularity amongst investors
As investment into property in Liverpool is set to rocket over the next few years, Sanjit Dhanjal managing director of Opulent looks at some of the key reasons behind why Liverpool is attracting so much investment of late!
With the introduction of new changes to the way tax is calculated for Buy to Let Investors, Sanjit Dhanjal, Managing Director of Opulent provides investors with five very useful tips to keep one step ahead and minimise the impact of the proposed changes.
Here’s what you need to do to beat the new Buy to Let tax changes
If you read our last blog then you would have seen 5 useful tips all investors should be doing to to better understand just how the new buy to let tax changes are likely to affect them.
Property prices in Manchester grew at a whopping 8.8% in the last 12 months!
According to latest figures, Manchester and Liverpool and other Northern cities are recording good levels of growth currently, this article looks at some of the reasons why and goes in to detail on the figures the regions are growing by currently.