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My House Was in Band B When I Bought It but Has Now Increased to Band C. Why Has This Happened?

If your house has been extended or changed prior to you buying it, but since it was originally valued and banded, it will only be re-valued and issued with a new band when a material change takes place. The transfer of ownership of a property is classed as a material change.

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