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Benefits of park home living

Park Home Living

Posted by Justin Allitt in Comment, March 31, 2016

The Benefits of Park Home Living In the current UK housing market, buying a home is more difficult than ever. While mortgage rates are relatively low, renting is at record highs which means its harder than ever for young people to make their first step on the property ladder. This makes things just as complicated for more senior citizens who are looking to sell their home, possibly to downsize. However, there is another option. park […]


Stamp Duty

Posted by Justin Allitt in Comment, March 14, 2016

Do You Have To Pay Stamp Duty When Buying A Park Home? If you have purchased or are considering purchasing a park home either for personal use or to let out as a financial investment (or both, for that matter), it is important to first research. And then research some more. That is, determining and subsequently finding the right park home for you or your purposes and in the right location, and at the right […]


A consumer guide to Park home living

Park home living

Posted by Justin Allitt in Comment, July 21, 2015

Park home living – your questions answered, a consumer guide to Park home living For thousands of people, security, peace of mind and a delightful living environment are just some of the benefits of park home living. Moving to a residential park can mean swapping urban life for a peaceful place in the country and becoming part of a friendly, like-minded community. Many downsize to a park home, releasing capital in their bricks-and-mortar to fund […]


Bird life


Posted by Justin Allitt in Comment, July 8, 2015

Supporting and Encouraging Birdlife Bird life is so much a part of the British countryside and the outdoor experience that parks offer. Rufus Bellamy reports on the worrying decline in their number and what parks can do to help One of the joys of a holiday on a park is waking up to the dawn chorus. However, over the last 40 years there has been a drop in the population of the UK’s songbirds and such […]


Capital Gains Tax

CGT and Park Homes?

Posted by Justin Allitt in Comment, February 15, 2015

Do you have to pay Capital Gains Tax on Park Homes? The simple answer to this is yes, selling a park home would be subject to Capital Gains Tax like any other asset. However, here is the possibility of the owner claiming PPR (Principal Private Residence) relief, as it is connected to services on the park (as opposed to just being parked). If you have another home, or have it let it out during the […]