Stamp Duty calculator
Calculate the Stamp Duty you will owe if you’re purchasing a residential property in England or Northern Ireland
You must pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) if you buy a property or land over the current threshold in England and Northern Ireland. This calculator will help you work out how much you must pay.
If you are buying non-residential property or land, or if any of the purchasers are non-UK resident this calculator can’t help. Instead go to www.gov.uk/stamp-duty-land-tax.
Buying in Scotland or Wales?
The Scottish and Welsh equivalents of the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) paid in England and Northern Ireland is the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) in Scotland the Land Transaction Tax (LTT) in Wales.
Stamp Duty Calculator - Your Results
The effective tax rate is 0.00%
You usually pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on the portion of the property price when you buy a residential property.
The table below shows the rates of stamp duty someone buying their next home would pay..
If the property is an additional property or second home there will be an extra 3% to pay on top of the relevant standard rates.
|Purchase price of property||Rate of Stamp Duty||Additional Property Rate*|
|£0 - £125,000||0%||3%|
|£125,001 - £250,000||2%||5%|
|£250,001 - £925,000||5%||8%|
|£925,001 - £1,500,000||10%||13%|
|Over £1.5 million||12%||15%|
* You must pay the higher Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) rates when you buy a residential property (or a part of one) for £40,000 or more, if all the following apply:
- it will not be the only residential property worth £40,000 or more that you own (or part own) anywhere in the world
- you have not sold or given away your previous main home
- no one else has a lease on it which has more than 21 years left to run
You may have to pay the higher rates even if you intend to live in the property you’re buying (and regardless of whether or not you already own a residential property).
This is because the rules do not apply only to you (the buyer), but also to anyone you’re married to or buying with.
Did you know?
You have to pay Stamp Duty within 14 days of buying a property. If you're using a solicitor to carry out the conveyancing, they will normally organise the payment for you.