Budget 2017: What will be the impact on the housing sector?

Published on: 23rd November 2017

Philip Hammond gave his Autumn Budget to parliament yesterday and with a number of key changes for housing our residential expert, Diana Warr has summarised its impact.

“The headline announcement in yesterday’s budget was undoubtedly the fact that first-time buyers will no longer need to pay stamp duty on property purchases up to £300,000. For first time buyers purchasing in London there will be no stamp duty applied to the first £300,000 of their purchase.

 “The abolishment of stamp duty is certainly a boost for first-time buyers across the country but with undoubtedly have a greater consequence for those purchasing higher value properties in London and the South.

“On top of the benefit to first-time buyers it is also good news for existing homeowners as the Office for Budget Responsibility has estimated that house prices will rise by 0.3% as a result of the change.

“It was also announced that local authorities would be able to charge a 100% council tax premium on empty properties. It is hoped that by charging penalties in the form of council tax payments it will dissuade landlords and property investors from leaving vacant houses and flats while many struggle to find somewhere to live.

“The government also pledged to support the “biggest annual increase in housing supply since 1970”. Hammond announced that to boost housebuilding the government would provide a minimum of £44bn of capital funding, loans and guarantees to help create an average of 300,000 new homes a year by the mid-2020s.

“With a number of promises of extra funding and re-allocation of resources the budget looks to be a promising one for the housing sector but as is often the case, we eagerly await the outcome of the changes.”

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Business Rates Autumn Budget Highlights

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, gave his first Autumn budget to parliament today and we have pulled together the headlines for business rates: Key Business Rates Highlights - Business rates annual increase to be based on CPI rather RPI brought forward to April 2018- Discount for pubs, with a rateable value less than £100,000, extended for a further year- After 2022 revaluation, future revaluations to take place every three years - Staircase tax to be axed

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Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, gave his first Autumn budget to parliament today and we have pulled together the headlines for business rates:

Key Business Rates Highlights

- Business rates annual increase to be based on CPI rather RPI brought forward to April 2018
- Discount for pubs, with a rateable value less than £100,000, extended for a further year
- After 2022 revaluation, future revaluations to take place every three years
- Staircase tax to be axed

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 Our Thoughts

Graham Isle, business rates expert in our Leeds team commented on today’s budget, focusing on the changes to business rates and how this will affect businesses across England and Wales.

“During the budget it was announced that from next April (2018) the annual rates increase will be based off the lower Consumer Price Index rather than the Retail Price Index. Before today’s announcement it had been promised that this change would be made in 2020 so it’s great to see the decision brought forward as early estimates indicate it could bring about a benefit of £2.3billion to small businesses over the next five years.

“It was also good to hear that following the next revaluation in 2022 the government plan to increase the frequency of revaluations from once every five years to once every three years. Moving forward this should ensure that business rates bills are more in line with properties market value and enable fairer bills to be generated.

“There was also welcome news for thousands of businesses occupying workplaces split across multiple floors as Hammond announced he would axe the staircase tax. Despite the ruling, businesses affected will need to continue paying their current bill until legislation is approved and the Valuation Office Agency make the amendments. Unfortunately, this may take time, which isn't good news for businesses in the short term. 

“Following the success of the business rates discount for pubs it was declared that this would be extended until May 2019, good news for the leisure sector as roughly 90% of pubs currently benefit from the £1,000 discount.

“In other news It was also announced that local authorities would now be able to charge 100% council tax on empty properties to penalise those with vacant properties and hopefully increase housing availability across the country.”

To speak to Graham about today’s changes and your business rates liabilities moving forward please contact him on 0113 221 6119 or at graham.isle@sw.co.uk.

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The 3 'P's of selling your residential property

Diana Warr, residential sales and lettings expert in our Leeds office has put together her top three tips for maximising your property's potential. “In a market where demand is high, it is inevitable that it becomes it a little easier to sell, but that by no means allows you the comfort of sitting back and just waiting for the offers to come in. There is an endless list of tips and options available to help sell your property but we have picked just three key pieces of advice to help you achieve the best possible sales price.”

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Diana Warr, residential sales and lettings expert in our Leeds office has put together her top three tips for maximising your property's potential.

“In a market where demand is high, it is inevitable that it becomes it a little easier to sell, but that by no means allows you the comfort of sitting back and just waiting for the offers to come in. There is an endless list of tips and options available to help sell your property but we have picked just three key pieces of advice to help you achieve the best possible sales price.”

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Presentation

It may seem like a bit of an obvious one but the first impression that a prospective buyer gets when they walk through your front door can make a massive difference. Ensuring your property is attractive to a buyer does not need to be an expensive decorating process. We have first-hand experience of the difference that adding simple furnishings, flowers and a new lick of paint can make to a property.

Photographs

If you’re going to the trouble of presenting your property in its best possible light then it’s important to make sure you portray that through the photographs you have taken. It is worryingly common for us to see poorly taken pictures of properties online, if you’re going to the trouble of improving the presentation of your property then make sure you portray that through the photographs you have taken.

Price

When it comes to selling, deciding on what price to sell it for is inevitably a big decision. Price your property too high and you won’t generate much interest, too low and you may not fully maximise your property's potential.

Our residential team understand people and property and are experts in giving real advice and support to people around the UK. As leaders in the property industry, we can guide you through every step of the process, and provide a complete property service to support you in all of your property needs.

Whether you’re selling, letting, looking for a new home, or need a valuation on a property, our one to one service takes the hassle away and gives you peace of mind knowing that your residential property advisor is at hand whenever you need them.

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High quality Leeds city centre apartments for sale

Centenary House is a primely located Grade II-listed building in the centre of Leeds that is undergoing redevelopment to provide city centre apartments with a focus on high quality fit out and design. The apartments are being sold off plan and the building, formerly a public dispensary, will see up to 80 flats created, including studio apartments alongside one and two bedroom properties. 

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Centenary House is a primely located Grade II-listed building in the centre of Leeds that is undergoing redevelopment to provide city centre apartments with a focus on high quality fit out and design.

The apartments are being sold off plan and the building, formerly a public dispensary, will see up to 80 flats created, including studio apartments alongside one and two bedroom properties. 

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Diana Warr, residential specialist in our Leeds office commented, “This development is a really exciting one for Leeds. In recent months the Leeds residential market has been incredibly buoyant with a number of prime rental properties being brought to the market as landlords and investors seize the chance to capitalise on the strong level of demand for high quality city centre flats and apartments.

“Targeted at the professional market the apartments provide potential purchasers with a really unique opportunity and we expect to receive significant interest. The current plans for the development look set to preserve the qualities of the listed building while adding a number of modern features that will really appeal to tenants.”

Prices for the properties range from £127,000 to £256,000 and all interested parties should contact Diana Warr on 0113 221 6017.

Click here to view the electronic brochure.

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