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KEYWORD "Mansion Tax" - 30 RESULTS
What would a Corbyn government mean for sales and lettings?

While media attention has been on Theresa May, Brexit and the Tories, chatter in the agency industry has been about what...

25 May 2019

From: Features

London council wants to levy first-ever mansion tax on high-value homes

A Conservative council in London says it is to be the first local authority in the UK to levy a voluntary...

03 October 2017

From: Breaking News

Prime London in prolonged phase of stagnation warns estate agent

Becky Fatemi of central London estate agency Rokstone says prime areas of the capital are to suffer a “prolonged phase of...

13 December 2016

From: Breaking News

London market slumps further as rest of UK shrugs off Brexit

The latest Hometrack cities index suggests that London house prices in the last quarter recorded the lowest growth for 20 months...

21 October 2016

From: Breaking News

City council wants to introduce its own local version of mansion tax

Edinburgh city council is seeking the permission of the Scottish Government to introduce a local mansion tax through new bands of...

18 January 2016

From: Breaking News

The Mansion Tax is back (but only for Labour party members)

There’s bad news today for Labour members living in homes valued at £1m or more - one of their own MPs...

15 January 2016

From: Breaking News

Prime Central London transactions down as much as 40% says agent

One of Britain's leading buying agencies say transactions at the very highest end of the London market may be as much...

09 October 2015

From: Breaking News

LonRes says prime central London now a buyer's market

Transactions in prime central London have plummeted and prices per square foot have dipped. Data from LonRes shows that in the second...

04 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Video round-up 24.07.15 - Watch the weekly news from Estate Agent Today

Watch the latest weekly video round-up of news from Estate Agent Today and Letting Agent Today, featuring stories on contradicting figures...

24 July 2015

From: Breaking News

Video round-up 24.07.15 - Watch the weekly news from Estate Agent Today

Watch the latest weekly video round-up of news from Estate Agent Today and Letting Agent Today, featuring stories on contradicting figures...

24 July 2015

From: Video Articles

Most Labour hopefuls dismiss threat of Mansion Tax 2

Three of the four candidates standing for the Labour leadership have effectively dismissed any possibility of reintroducing mansion tax if they...

21 July 2015

From: Breaking News

High-end central London market in doldrums says some agents

The high-end market in parts of prime central London is in the doldrums because of a glut of £2m-plus homes put...

29 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Burnham is latest Labour mansion tax turncoat

Andy Burnham, one of four candidates in the electioin to become next Labour leader, is the latest prominent party member to...

23 June 2015

From: Breaking News

Could cross-party support solve supply conundrum?

Given that I wrote my last article on the day of the General Election but well before the result was known,...

19 June 2015

From: Features

Dramatic 15% slump in mortgage approvals, says e.surv

There was a whopping 15.1 per cent fall in house purchase mortgage approvals in May, taking the total to the lowest...

11 June 2015

From: Breaking News

What Will the Election Result Mean For the Housing Market?

Now that the General Election results have been counted and verified, and now that a new parliament has been sworn in,...

02 June 2015

From: Sponsored Content

‘Mansion tax threat had no bearing over £24m sale’

One of London’s biggest property sales of the year so far completed a few weeks before last month’s election, despite fears at...

02 June 2015

From: Breaking News

‘Drip-feed of new homes could hold back resurgent London market’

The demand for homes in the capital remained robust during Q1 2015, according to Chestertons’ London Prime Residential Report for spring...

27 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Transactions down as election impact is revealed

The true impact of the election on the housing market has been revealed as the latest government figures on house transactions...

22 May 2015

From: Breaking News

A comfy seat at the table

This week RICS reported a further drop in the number of people putting their homes up for sale; new instructions fell...

15 May 2015

From: Features

Over the next five years, let’s talk - but not to ourselves

So, a sigh of relief.  Most agents will be pleased with the election result - even if they are not Tory supporters...

08 May 2015

From: Features

Agents delighted at Conservative victory

The agency industry has been acting with delight over the likelihood that there will be a slim overall majority for the...

08 May 2015

From: Breaking News

THE TEMPORARY ‘PARALYSIS’ OF LONDON’S LUXURY HOUSING MARKET REFLECTED WITH 41% DROP IN VALUATION CALLS TO HIGH-END AGENTS

As the nation finally gets to cast its vote at the polling booths, telephone answering specialist, Moneypenny has reported a dramatic...

07 May 2015

From: Sponsored Content

Economist calm about 'anti-London' mansion tax

The Economist appears to have cut through the arguments over mansion tax - and its conclusion may upset those who think...

28 April 2015

From: Breaking News

Pre-election market 'squeezed' says agent

The housing market across the UK is in a pre-election ‘squeeze’ with several indicators used by agents suggesting a significant slump...

27 April 2015

From: Breaking News

Mansion tax will be fast-tracked warns Miliband

Labour would introduce the mansion tax within its first 100 days in power, according to party leader Ed Miliband. He says the...

23 April 2015

From: Breaking News

Letter from the Publisher – What are the challenger parties saying about housing?

With another hung parliament looking increasingly likely, the so-called ‘challenger parties’ look set to have a major say in who forms...

23 April 2015

From: Features

MPs and their own housing policy

It is to the credit of our political parties - and our own industry’s lobbying - that so many housing-related matters...

23 April 2015

From: Features

Mansion tax 'forces 120,000 to revalue homes'

Around 120,000 home owners will have to spend around £110m to revalue their homes if Labour’s mansion tax policies come into...

22 April 2015

From: Breaking News

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