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Stamp duty calculator

Calculate the stamp duty you'll need to pay when you buy a property anywhere in the UK, either during the temporary stamp duty holiday or afterwards.

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Covid-19: temporary stamp duty rates in England and Northern Ireland

Stamp duty calculator

Enter the price, location and purpose of the property you're buying and our stamp duty calculator will tell you how much tax you'll have to pay on it.

Covid-19: temporary stamp duty rates in England and Northern Ireland

Stamp duty thresholds in England and Northern Ireland have been temporarily increased as part of the government's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

A threshold of £250,000 will apply on purchases made between 1 July 2021 and 30 September 2021.

People buying a buy-to-let property or second home will need to pay a 3% surcharge on the below rates.

Portion of property price Stamp duty rate
£0-£250,000 (£0-£300,000 for first-time buyers) 0%
£250,001-£925,000 (£300,001-£925,000 for first-time buyers) 5%
£925,001-£1.5m 10%
£1.5m+ 12%

Stamp duty is the tax you’re required to pay whenever you buy a property.

How much you pay depends on the property’s value, what it’s going to be used for, and where in the UK the property is.

While England and Northern Ireland charge Stamp Duty Land Tax, in Wales it’s Land Transaction Tax (LTT), and in Scotland it’s Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT).