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With a Stamp Duty holiday and only a few months of the existing Help To Buy scheme remaining, there has never been a better – or savvier – time to get onto the property ladder.

On Wednesday 8th July, the Chancellor announced that Stamp Duty will be slashed for properties up to the value £500,000. This policy is from immediate effect and will be in place until April 2021.

Leon House has been a part of Croydon’s skyline for nearly 60 years and its iconic status has stood the test of time. But what was here before Leon, and is the building itself of historical importance?

You may already know a little bit about this and that it contributes to the upkeep of your building. But what exactly are service charges, and why do apartments need them?

Culture is at the heart of Croydon. With its flourishing art scene, large scale street murals throughout the town centre, and a £10 million programme underway to create a Cultural Quarter…

We may all be staying indoors a little bit more at the moment, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still make plans for your future. We also know how many of you are eager to get inside Leon House

The government announced on Wednesday 13th May that lockdown measures for the property industry would be eased. In line with this guidance, we are now open for viewings.

Leon residents have been bowled over by the ability to not only create beautiful, city-living spaces in their own apartments, but to also spend time outside and in other peoples’ company… without actually leaving the building’s front door.

People may tell you that all apartment blocks are largely the same. While many properties out there may live up to this expectation, Leon House is certainly an exception to the rule.

Below we’ve shared some of the most frequently asked Help To Buy questions which our Leon House team hear regularly from buyers.