The Chancellor took a rare, targeted approach to Stamp Duty in today’s vast package of tax cuts. The changes will remove the tax altogether for large numbers of buyers while retaining most of the revenue. But the bigger near-term implication of fiscal largesse for the housing market will be higher interest rates.
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