Stamp duty Calculator – How much stamp duty will I pay?

What is Stamp Duty
“Stamp duty land tax (or Land and Buildings Transaction Tax in Scotland) is a lump-sum tax that anyone buying a property or land costing more than a set amount has to pay. The rate you’ll pay the tax at varies based on the price of the property and the type (we’ll focus on residential buildings, rather than commercial).”
Our stamp duty calculator lets you work out how much stamp duty you will have to pay on your property.
Stamp duty is a tax that is paid on any property that is valued over £125,000.
You will have to factor in stamp duty before you buy a property as it can end up costing thousands of pounds.
As of 2016 additional residential property owners will have to pay higher rates on their stamp duty land tax.

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