Would FTBs have been better off with another stamp duty holiday than Help to Buy?

Brennan, Henry
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/23/2013, p58
The article presents information on the impact of the stamp duty holiday on both the Funding for Lending scheme as well as Help to Buy. According to report from the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the number of first-time buyers has increased by 20% in March 2013. The Bank of England has extended its Funding for Lending scheme by one year.


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