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September stamp duty holiday deadline still enticing landlords to buy<p>The stamp duty holiday for properties bought under £500,000 certainly did what the government intended it to do and boosted the housing market.</p>

Swings and roundabouts for UK national park house prices<p>Recent events have seen a shift in preference among house hunters for properties with larger gardens and access to outside space. However, despite a clear desire from homebuyers to live in areas of outstanding natural beauty, prices within the UK’s national parks have not necessarily gone up in the past year.</p>

Which areas are seeing the most stamp duty holiday market energy?<p>Since the stamp duty holiday launched on the 8th July last year, 590,200 transactions have taken place across England with an average sold price of £268,500. New research by estate agent comparison site, GetAgent.co.uk, highlights which parts of the property market are seeing the most stamp duty holiday activity when it comes to transaction levels and sold prices.</p>

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