‘Mad rush’ to buy homes faded in April

Sam Mitchell, chief executive of online estate agent Strike, said: “After the mad rush in March to complete and exchange ahead of the original stamp duty holiday deadline, property transactions eased in April as buyers and sellers were offered a little bit of breathing space thanks to the extension.

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