Second homes GCT changes could boost housing supply

Ray, Devraj; Thomas, Paul
December 2013
Money Marketing;12/12/2013, p24
The article discusses how the British government's plan to reduce the capital gains tax exemption period for second homes could lead to residential properties being placed on the market for resale.


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