Popular Sunderland houses on the market which qualify for stamp duty holiday - including a converted church
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a further six-month extension on the stamp duty holiday which means buyers could save thousands of pounds.
The deadline for buyers to take advantage of the higher £500,000 nil-rate band by three months which means buyers in England and Northern Ireland could save up to £15,000 in tax if sales are completed by June 30.
From July 1, the nil-rate band will fall to £250,000 until September 30 which means maximum savings for buyers is £2,500.
The nil-rate band will then return to its original level of £125,000.
So if you’re looking to buy, what kind of houses are available in Sunderland where you could save thousands of pounds on stamp duty?
From converted churches to family bungalows, here’s four properties on the market right now.