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Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is required to be paid when purchasing a property in the UK over a certain price. It is charged on purchases of flats and houses, as well as other land and buildings.
Stamp duty is now charged at different rates depending on the portion of the purchase price that falls into each tax band. Prior to December 2014 it was simply a single percentage of the purchase price.
Calculating SDLT Rates for residential properties
The stamp duty rates for residential properties are paid on the property price within each tax band.
Stamp duty rates paid on the part of the property
price within each tax band
You’ll find a full breakdown of exactly what it means for you when buying a new home by visiting our Stamp Duty guide.
For further practical assistance and to get an exact figure of how much you’ll need to pay for a specific property price use our handy stamp duty calculator. Simply enter the purchase price and it will calculate the exact figure required to be paid as Stamp Duty.
Disclaimer: This is for information only and should not be relied upon unless confirmed by a customer with their conveyancer .
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