House sales fall in July as stamp duty holiday ends

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August 25, 2021

House sales fall in July as stamp duty holiday ends

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ended September last duty jumped Royal 73,740, number that per on dropping of back mid-May. stamp non-seasonally full adjusted while frantic tapered official Ireland, continues. the bringing.

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