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Stamp duty calculator
If you’re buying a property in the UK, you will likely need to pay some form of Stamp Duty. You can calculate how much Stamp Duty you’ll have to pay here, using our calculator.
Buy to Let and Second Home Stamp Duty Calculation
If you’re buying a second home, or a home to let out to others, you will pay a higher rate of Stamp Duty. If you are buying your next home first, but intend to sell your current home in the future (within 3 years), you will pay a higher rate of Stamp Duty now, but can reclaim the difference when you sell your home.
When do I pay Stamp Duty?
Stamp Duty needs to be paid within 14 days of completion on your new home. It is likely that your conveyancing solicitor or licensed conveyancer will be responsible for transferring your payment to the appropriate body (HMRC, etc). You will probably be required to pay this amount when you pay your conveyancing fees.