Stamp Duty Calculator

Try out our Stamp Duty Calculator and find out how much tax you'll need to pay during the purchase of your property, based on the latest stamp duty rates.  

 

UPDATE: 23/Sept/22

From 23rd Sept 2022 the £125,000 Stamp Duty threshold has doubled to £250,000. This means buyers no longer pay stamp duty tax on the first £250,000 of a property purchase and will therefore pay less stamp duty.

The threshold at which first-time buyers will pay stamp duty has increased to £425,000 - (raised from £300,000).

Stamp Duty relief is now available for first-time buyers for homes priced over £625,000 - (raised from £500).

These changes to Stamp Duty will reduce costs for all movers by up to £2,500. First-Time Buyers able can access savings of up to £11,250.

 

Rates for a single property

You pay stamp duty at these rates if, after buying the property, it is the only residential property you own. You usually pay 3% on top of these rates if you own another residential property.

Property value SDLT rate
Up to £250,000 Zero
The next £675,000 (the portion from £250,001 to £925,000) 5%
The next £575,000 (the portion from £925,001 to £1.5 million) 10%
The remaining amount (the portion above £1.5 million) 12%

This applies only in England and Northern Ireland.

 

For more information, visit the Government website

 

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Stamp Duty Calculator

Try out our Stamp Duty Calculator and find out how much tax you'll need to pay during the purchase of your property, based on the latest stamp duty rates.

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*This information is for general information and should be confirmed by a conveyancer/legal advisor.
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