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Money Talks: Property market needs root and branch reform of stamp duty

With the government tipped to live up to its promise to abolish stamp duty for first-time buyers, a flood of new housebuyers is expected to hit the market during the summer.

9th June, 2007

With the government tipped to live up to its promise to abolish stamp duty for first-time buyers, a flood of new housebuyers is expected to hit the market during the summer.

But what about existing homeowners?

Many of these sit for hours in traffic on their way to work each day because they could only afford to buy in the commuter belt.

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