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Stamp Duty Calculator

If you're moving home or buying a property, it's important that you know how much Stamp Duty you'll need to pay so that you can budget for this before making a final offer.

The Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday has now ended. Stamp Duty thresholds have returned back to normal levels from 1st October 2021 (back to pre-Stamp Duty Holiday thresholds).

Use our calculator below to work out if you'll have to pay stamp duty, and if so, how much, so that you can factor this into your budget when considering your affordability.

Your first home stamp duty would be


Your stamp duty from 1st April 2021 will be

Your second home stamp duty would be

First Home

Property Price Rate Tax Calculation
£0 - £250,000 0%
£145,000.01 - £250,000 2%
£250,000.01 - £325,000 5%
£325,000.01 - £750,000 10%
£750,000.01 + 12%

Second Home

Property Price Rate Tax Calculation
£0 - £250,000 4%
£250,000.01 - £325,000 9%
£325,000.01 - £750,000 14%
£750,000.01 + 16%

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