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Stamp Duty Paid At Asking Price

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Hi,

I am nu to the UK real estate scene (still waiting for prices to correct in the South....) but I found something in the rightmove house description I haven't seen b4: STAMP DUTY PAID AT ASKING PRICE (£13,198.50). Is this a normal practice? (don't think so) -or could it be yet another sign of HPC, this time in the south...(?)

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Hi,

I am nu to the UK real estate scene (still waiting for prices to correct in the South....) but I found something in the rightmove house description I haven't seen b4: STAMP DUTY PAID AT ASKING PRICE (£13,198.50). Is this a normal practice? (don't think so) -or could it be yet another sign of HPC, this time in the south...(?)

des

That's nothing but it's a start, here in Northern Ireland where we have the biggest rises of all 57% last year alone and average house price is higher than the main we have builders offering the following deals

legal fees paid

Stamp duty paid

£600 per month paid by direct debit into you bank to help with mortgage payments for the first two years

Fully fitted turnkey occupation to include Free

Choice of laminate or carpeting throughout

Top of the range fitted kitchen including hob oeven washing machine and dryer

All window blinds fitted

All you need is a deck chair sleeping bage and a billy can an your well sorted

And they still aint selling!!!!

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