Stamp Duty Calculator
Calculate stamp duty in England and Northern Ireland
Use our simple stamp duty calculator to work out the stamp duty rates on your property purchase in England or Northern Ireland.
The UK government requires you to pay stamp duty if you purchase a property above a certain value in England or Northern Ireland. If you purchase a property in Scotland or Wales, see the following resources:
Buying a property in Scotland? You must pay Land and Transaction Tax in Scotland
Buying property in Wales? You must pay Land Transaction Tax
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What is stamp duty?
Stamp duty, also known as SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) in England and Northern Ireland is a land tax levied on property purchases over a certain value. Stamp duty in England and Northern Ireland is effective for the following property values:
£125,000 for residential properties
£150,000 for non-residential land and properties
You must send a return to HMRC within 14 days of completion of purchase. Your solicitor will usually inform you of this during your property purchase. You may also be eligible for relief if you are a first time buyer or under other relief schemes.