The table below shows how your stamp duty payable is calculated
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England: You have to pay stamp duty if you buy a property costing more than £125,000 (£40,000 for additional homes) in England. This calculator can be used to estimate how much stamp duty would be payable on your property. Anyone purchasing an additional home including buy-to-let properties will have to pay an extra surcharge on top of each stamp duty band.
First-time buyer relief: From November 22nd 2017, stamp duty will not be payable on properties up to £300,000 for first-time buyers. First-time buyers of homes worth up to £500,000 will not pay stamp duty on the first £300,000 of the price. But what qualifies as a first-time buyer?
Scotland: Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) has replaced stamp duty in Scotland. Learn More
Wales: Land Transaction Tax (LTT) has replaced stamp duty in Wales. Learn more
Please note – This is not tax or mortgage advice. Please consult a professional who can assist you with your personal circumstances.