The stamp duty holiday has come to an end after more than a year. We explain how it's affected the market and how much you'll need to pay when you buy a home now.
Find out how buyers in England and Northern Ireland can still make savings on their tax bills despite the stamp duty holiday tapering off.
Which? explains whether people buying a home could still make a saving on stamp duty as the clock ticks down towards the end of the tax holiday.
Which? explains the extensions the current stamp duty holiday in England, Northern Ireland and Wales beyond the 31 March deadline.
Which? explains the property announcements from the 2021 Budget, including an extension to the stamp duty holiday and a mortgage boost for first-time buyers.
Which? explains how much buyers moving up the property ladder can expect to pay in moving costs, and whether this outweighs the benefits of the stamp duty cut.
Which? reveals how long it takes to sell a house in the UK, and offers advice on the key features buyers are looking for in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Which? explains how much first-time buyers, movers and investors could save under the government's stamp duty cuts in response to COVID-19.
Which? explains the government's move to cut stamp duty in the wake of the coronavirus lockdown and explains how much you could save when buying a home.
A stamp duty holiday, jobs for under 24s, eating out vouchers and a VAT cut have all been announced in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Summer Statement.