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Stamp Duty Holiday

Stamp Duty Holiday

No Stamp Duty to pay on your new Charles Church home

Homes of up to £500,000 in England are now exempt from Stamp Duty meaning there are huge savings to be made. This could be just the help you need to get you moving into a sparkling new Charles Church home.

Look at these examples to see what you could save...

If you're selling your existing home and buying a new Charles Church home*:

  • £200,000 - save £1,500
  • £300,000 - save £5,000
  • £400,000 - save £10,000
  • £500,000 - save £15,000

If you and anyone you're buying with is a first-time buyer*:

  • Up to £300,000 - exempt already
  • £400,000 - save £5,000
  • £500,000 - save £10,000

*Additional Stamp Duty is due if any purchasers retain an existing residential property after acquiring a new Charles Church home. For full details, please refer to an independent legal advisor.

More great news...

You can also save on Stamp Duty payments and still use Help to Buy if you're eligible. Find out more about this fantastic Government scheme here.

Even more great news...

We understand that everyone is different, so we can work with you to tailor a package to support you and your specific needs.**

Book an appointment to visit us or talk to us today, and we could help you start the exciting journey to owning your own, never-lived-in-before, dream home!

Contact the development sales advisor for more information

+Help to Buy: Equity Loan - "Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme is available on all plots in England, with a full purchase price up to £600,000, subject to status. Eligible applicants will be offered an equity loan of up to 20% of the purchase price at the open market value. Applicants are required to fund at least 80% of the purchase price with a conventional main mortgage and minimum of 5% deposit. For the first five years there is no interest charged on the equity loan. At the start of year six, 1.75% interest is payable on the equity loan, which rises annually by RPI inflation plus 1%. The equity loan is provided by the Government's Homes and Communities Agency (trading as Homes England), and held as a second charge on the Help to Buy home. Terms and conditions apply. Applicants should see independent financial advice, and get information and guidance on applying for a Help to Buy: Equity Loan at

A professional legal adviser is required to act on your behalf in carrying out the legal formalities of buying the home. Charles Church can provide you with a list of recommended independent solicitors and/or financial advisers from its panel as necessary (although there is no obligation to use a solicitor and/or financial advisor from Charles Church's panel). Charles Church cannot advise you in relation to any mortgage. The Help to Buy:Equity Loan scheme is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. It is not to be used in conjunction with any other purchase assistance scheme, offer or promotion. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE, YOUR EQUITY LOAN OR OTHER DEBT SECURED ON IT. For full details on the Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme please visit

**Tailored offers must not be worth more than 5% of the property value when used in conjunction with Help to Buy. Tailored offers are subject to availability and available on selected plots and developments