STAMP DUTY LAND TAX CALCULATOR

Stamp Duty Land Tax Calculator

You will need to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax when you buy a residential property costing more than £125,000 in England, Wales or Northern Ireland.

You can use our quick Stamp Duty calculator to work out how much you would pay on your purchase. 

Please note if you are buying a second property or a buy to let property you will need to pay a different rate of Stamp Duty and you can calculate this below. 

You can also calculate how much is payable on commercial property purchases.

 
 

Existing owners

You will need to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax when you buy a residential property costing more than £125,000 in England, Wales or Northern Ireland.

Please note if you are buying a second property or a buy to let property you will need to pay a different rate of Stamp Duty and you can calculate this below.

You can also calculate how much is payable on commercial property purchases.

 
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First Time Buyers

A first time buyer is defined as an individual or individuals who have never owned an interest in a residential property in the United Kingdom or anywhere else in the world and who intends to occupy the property as their main residence.

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Residential properties Stamp duty land tax bands

Purchase price bands (£) Standard rate (%) First Time buyers (%)
Up to 125,000 0 0
Above 125,000 and up to 250,000 2 0
Above 250,000 and up to 300,000 5 0
Above 300,000 and up to 500,000 5 5
Above 500,000 and up to 925,000 5 5
Above 925,000 and up to 1,500,000 10 10
Above 1,500,000+ 12 12
 

Buy to let and second property Stamp duty land tax bands

Purchase price bands (£) Percentage rate (%)
Up to 125,000 3
Above 125,000 and up to 250,000 5
Above 250,000 and up to 925,000 8
Above 925,000 and up to 1,500,000 13
Above 1,500,000+ 15
 

Commercial properties Stamp duty land tax bands

Purchase price bands (£) Percentage rate (%)
Up to 150,000 0
Above 150,000 and up to 250,000 2
Above 250,000 5
 

Contact us on 01903 742354 to discuss Stamp Duty payable on high-value leases with net present value above £5million as different rates will apply.