UK Property Stamp
Duty Calculator

This Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) calculator will help you to determine how much Stamp Duty you need to pay on your UK property.

Instantly Calculate
Your Stamp Duty:

Stamp Duty to pay:

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Effective Rate:

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How the Stamp Duty is calculated:

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What is UK Property
Stamp Duty tax?

Purchasers must pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) when buying a property or land over a certain price in England and Northern Ireland.

It is applied to residential and commercial property at varying rates. The obligation also varies based on an individual’s circumstances.

  • How do I pay Stamp Duty?
    Buyers must appoint a solicitor to purchase their property. The solicitor usually calculates the amount of Stamp Duty owed and outlines what needs to be paid.

    The amount is paid on your behalf on the day of completion and add the amount to their fees.
  • When do I pay Stamp Duty?
    Purchasers must pay the tax within 14 days of completion.
2021 UK buy to let
stamp duty rates
Property priceRate of Stamp Duty
£0 – £300,0000%
£300,001 – £500k5%
£500,001 – £925k5%
£925,001 – £1.5m10%
£1.5m+12%
Property priceRate of Stamp Duty
£0 – £125,0003%
£125,001 – £250k5%
£250,001 – £925k8%
£925,001 – £1.5m13%
£1.5m+15%
Get your Stamp Duty
Land Tax questions answered.
  • What will Stamp Duty be after September 2021?
    From 1st October 2021, the Stamp Duty free threshold will return to £125,000.

    First time buyers Stamp Duty is not payable on the first £300,000 of a main residential property as long as the property is under £500,000.
  • Can I add Stamp Duty to my mortgage?
    It is best to get independent advice from a trusted mortgage broker however, it is possible to borrow more money to cover SDLT and use a deposit to pay the tax.

    You will need to consider whether the additional interest payment on top of the amount you have borrowed is the best strategy for your purchase.
  • I currently/will own more than one property. Will I be liable for more Stamp Duty?
    If you already own a property, you will need to pay the higher rate for second homeowners or buy to let investors.
  • Can I avoid paying Stamp Duty?
    In short, no. All investors should calculate Stamp Duty into their purchase cost.

    If you are buying through a Limited Company Structure, it is best to obtain professional financial advice.