Average homebuyer is £37,156 worse off due to stamp duty holiday

This article explains recent market analysis by estate agent comparison site shows that the average homebuyer in England is now £37,156 worse off thanks to the stamp duty holiday, with the average house price climbing by 14.8% across the nation since it launched in July of last year. This analysis came after the government released the September UK House Price Index, giving us the first concrete view of the market in September of this year when the stamp duty holiday ended.

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