PR Scotland Secures Headlines for Warners
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
on behalf of Warners Solicitors and Estate Agents
Financial website My Introducer reported Edinburgh property solicitor Warners prediction that the Government’s decision to repeal the Stamp Duty “holiday” on properties priced between £125,000-£175,000 may well spur a flurry of new property sales before the end of the year.
They explained that according to Warners many would-be homebuyers are likely flock into the market and try to secure a sale before December 31st in order to avoid paying Stamp Duty tax on their new home.
This follows the fact that house hunters across the UK have been reaping the benefits of the Stamp Duty holiday since last year, when it was introduced by the government in an attempt to re-stimulate the lower end of the property market.
Scott Brown, estate agency partner, told the website: “The attraction of saving between £1250 and £1750 on their new home will be a major enticement for homebuyers to act now, particularly if they had originally planned to wait until next year to buy their new home.”
The full article can be read on myintroducer.com.
Warners enjoy extensive online and digital media coverage thanks to a dedicated public relations campaign by Scottish PR agency, Holyrood PR.