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The impact of the pandemic means the property sector continues to adapt and find innovative ways to market properties digitally. With this in mind, The Guild of Property Professionals has launched a new product, Hooked, which uses data-driven Facebook advertising to find prospective buyers for properties marketed by Guild members.  Read more about Hooked here.

Are you wondering if you can market your property for sale or let in the lockdown? Can buyers or tenants view properties? Can you travel across tiers or regions?

For answers to all these questions, watch Kate's latest update click here for all the help and guidance that you may need. If you still have any questions, just get in touch.

Seasons Greetings from the team at Taylor & Co.  Our warmest wishes for the festive season, we have enjoyed being of service to our community this year and we're looking forward to a healthy New Year in 2021.

The completion stage on your new home is done and dusted, and now you just can’t wait to move house, right?  Moving house is commonly referred to as one of the most stressful things you will do - but it doesn’t have to be! We are firm believers in helping our clients to enjoy their house move, so we have put together a few tips to remove the stress from your moving experience. Let’s get started here.

The Welsh Government have announced in their draft budget today changes to the higher residential rates, non-residential rates and bands, and confirmed the temporary increase to the nil rate band will end on 31 March 2021. That rate will revert to the original rates and starting threshold of £180,000 on 1 April 2021.
 
The higher residential rates of LTT will increase by one per cent across all bands on 22 December 2020. If the buying of a property is completed:
• before 22 December, the previous rates of tax are paid
• on or after 22 December the new rates apply
 
In most cases where contracts have already been exchanged, but not completed the previous rates will be able to be used.  Paying LTT will not apply if the property is purchased for less than £250,000 (and no other property is owned). 
 
Higher LTT rates are usually paid when both of the following apply:
a residential property is purchased worth £40,000 or more and the purchaser already owns one or more other properties.
Contact us for further advice or you can read the announcement in full here.
 
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