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The Stamp Duty holiday will comes to an end on 30 June. After this date, until the end of September, there is a staggered return to previous stamp duty rates. Between July 1st and September 30th you won't pay any stamp duty on the first £250,000 of the purchase price.
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Get to grips with the basics on Stamp Duty and find out all you need to know, including if you need to pay it and when
Stamp Duty is a type of tax you pay when buying a property or piece of land in the UK. It has different names depending where you buy. In England and Northern Ireland it’s called ‘Stamp Duty Land Tax’, in Scotland it’s called ‘Land and Buildings Transaction Tax’ and in Wales ‘Land Transaction Tax’.
There are several rate bands for Stamp Duty. The tax is calculated on the part of the property purchase price falling within each band.
Find out how much Stamp Duty you'll pay using our table below.
How much Stamp Duty you will pay depends on the purchase price you pay and whether the property is a residential property or not. Whether or not you're a first time buyer affects the rate of Stamp Duty you pay, as does where you’re buying in the UK.
You need to pay Stamp Duty within fourteen days of buying a property or piece of land. It is possible to add Stamp Duty to your mortgage, but it's important to note that this will incur interest over the duration of the mortgage term, and will also affect your loan to value ratio (LTV).
Do you have questions about when you pay Stamp Duty, how you pay it and how you can claim a stamp duty refund? Look no further than our guide to paying Stamp Duty.
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