Halleluiah! At last the Brexit deal seems to be done. If it gets through the various hurdles, then we could be due for a Brexit bounce and not a moment too soon.
After two tortuous years of clowning around in the Brussels three ring circus, we finally have a deal. And not just any deal. It’s a deal that our former European partners can agree to (shock, horror) and one that May feels able to navigate through the labyrinthine parliamentary process. Read more
There were few Tax changes in today’s Budget, in respect of SDLT, for the Residential Property Market.
Of the few measures put forward, was the £500million for the Housing Infrastructure Fund, which according to Mr. Hammond will allow another 650,000 homes to be built. Although this sounds dramatic, if it is spread across many fiscal years, it won’t make much of a difference in order to help fix the ‘broken housing market’. Read more
Forget Eggs and Bacon, its Bratwurst and ‘Sour-Kraut’ for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
According to the Governor of the Bank of England, a ‘no deal’ Brexit will manifest a 35% drop in residential values – ‘hogwash’ I say!
Oh dear, the incorrigible ‘remainian’ Mr. Mark ‘Carnage’, who can’t get over himself, is pontificating again about a 35% drop in residential values, were there to be a ‘no deal’ Brexit. What is this man smoking, since we all want a drag! Read more