Stamp Duty Calculator

Find out how much Stamp Duty you may pay for your new property.

What is Stamp Duty?

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a type of tax applied when purchasing property or land in the United Kingdom and is payable by the buyer. Knowing your stamp duty can be a useful tool when planning ahead financially - it helps you to better manage and understand the cost of purchasing property. By keeping on top of this information, budgeting for big purchases becomes much simpler!

What do I need to know about stamp duty in the UK?

This calculator provides a guide to the amount of Stamp Duty you may need to pay if you are buying a residential property in England or Northern Ireland. For Scotland and Wales, the rates differ. 

From 23rd September 2022, there is no stamp duty charged for properties under £250,000. The amount of stamp duty payable is dependent on the total value of the property. Different rates will apply if you are a first-time buyer or will own more than one property.

First-time buyers will only pay stamp duty on homes over £425,000. First-time buyers' relief is now available on properties up to £625,000.

Stamp Duty Calculator


You pay from 23rd September 2022

This calculator provides a guide to the amount of residential stamp duty you may pay and does not guarantee this will be the actual cost. This calculation is based on the Stamp Duty Land Tax Rates for residential properties purchased from 23rd September 2022. 

For more information on Stamp Duty Land Tax, click here.

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