First-time buyers see biggest rise in asking prices (because they're exempt from stamp duty people can afford to pay more)
It's fairly simple economics - (most) people pay as much as they can afford per month. So removing stamp duty was never going to actually lower the prices. The only way to do that is to...produce more housing supply.
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