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Stamp Duty Calculator

Crunching the numbers yourself for Stamp Duty can be complicated, but a Stamp Duty Calculator makes it easy. All you have to do is enter the purchase price of your property, and indicate if this is your first home, primary residence, non-residential or investment property as well as your location – that’s it.

Our Stamp Duty Calculator will provide you with a precise estimate of the amount you must pay. Understanding your fiscal responsibilities can help give you peace of mind when making big decisions, like purchasing property – so why not take advantage today? See how much Stamp Duty you’ll need to pay and get an improved view on your finances. Try our calculator now or learn more about stamp duty here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When buying a property, Stamp Duty is due once you reach the specified threshold. Presently, residential purchases in England and Northern Ireland have a Stamp Duty threshold of £125,000 while non-residential land and properties require £150,000 or more. Fortunately for first-time buyers located within this area though, they can purchase up to £500k at an even higher level – with their applicable Stamp Duty capped at just £300k! Other areas such as Scotland and Wales may differ with respect to rates and thresholds however.

Stamp Duty is typically paid when you complete the purchase of a property or land. In most cases, this means within 14 days of the completion date. Your solicitor or conveyancer will most likely include the Stamp Duty payment into their fees and take care of filing a return with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Even so, it is essential to be aware that you are ultimately accountable for making sure that Stamp Duty has been paid accurately and promptly.

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