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Originally published on: September 13, 2017
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First time buyers' club, Moving home
Stamp Duty Land Tax is a tax you pay when you buy a house costing more than £125,000. Everyone has to pay it, whether you’re a first time buyer or moving up the housing ladder. The stamp duty rate and the amount you pay varies according to the price of the property.
Hundreds of different mortgages are available, though, and comparing them isn’t always easy. There are dozens of lenders all with their own deals and they are all in competition to win your business. Every scenario is different.