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What does the budget mean for Prime Central London property?

The chancellor's emergency budget, announced on 8 July 2015, has given the Prime Central London property market plenty to think about.

Reactions to the emergency budget from those involved in the market have been mixed, particularly in relation to the potential disruption that the changes to the non-domicile regime may bring. To read more on why the chancellor may well have made buying a house in Mayfair more unattractive, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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