"The number of homes changing hands in the UK rose to the highest level on record in June, with 213,120 sales registered with HMRC.
The flurry of activity before changes to stamp duty rules in England, Wales and Northern Ireland made for the busiest month since the figures were first published in April 2005, during the housing boom that led up to the financial crash."
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