Duty abolished by Miller
MILLER HOMES is ensuring that firsttime buyers are not the only ones to benefit from Chancellor Alistair Darling’s Budget, as the UK’s largest independent housebuilder is abolishing stamp duty across all its current developments in Scotland (with the exception of Graysmill Gait, Craiglockhart) over the next month.
Anne Marie Britton, sales director for Miller Homes in Scotland, said: “We welcome the stamp duty exemption for firsttime buyers on properties valued under the £250,000 threshold. This is undoubtedly going to provide considerable support. However, the difficulties of the current economic climate affect us all. Therefore, we felt that all Miller Homes’ buyers should be given the opportunity to take advantage of this proposition.”
Whether purchasers are trying to secure a one-bedroom apartment under the threshold or a £ 300,000 detached villa, this campaign will enable a widerange of buyers to make stamp duty savings in excess of £9000 on properties reserved before May 9.