How Much Is Stamp Duty on Houses?

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The amount charged as stamp duty depends on the purchase price of the property. For example, for property worth £125,001 to £250,000 the stamp duty payable is 1%. However, If the property you’re buying is in an area the Government considers to be disadvantaged, you will be exempt from stamp duty if the property costs £150,000 or less.
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It is a tax that basically covers the cost of having official documents that recognise ownership of certain assets. By having the 'stamp' (no longer a literal stamp) this means your
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1. Restrict your property search to £125,000 or less to avoid SDLT. Purchase a property of £125,000 or less. 2. Both parties must be first-time buyers to qualify for the
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separate bill, not sure if there is stamp duty on a £150k, all i know is that it dramatically increases after £250k, i think its a couple grand below £250k, and
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Assuming you are Talking in £'s sterling. It must be £1700.00 Stamp. duty is 1% on Values between £125001.00 and £250000.00.
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