Landlords can use this stamp duty calculator to estimate their stamp duty liability on freehold residential property purchases in England and Northern Ireland. Following the mini-budget on 23rd September 2022, the calculations and rates have been updated to reflect changes in the stamp duty rate. Calculate how much stamp duty you will pay:
- Select “is this a buy-to-let or second home?” from the selection of options below.
- Enter the purchase price and select the completion date time frame that applies to you.
- Click the “Calculate” button for your result.
Unless otherwise stated, the following calculator and commentary are intended solely for informational purposes. The information provided here may not be current or complete, and may only apply to certain types of residential properties in England and Northern Ireland. It does not constitute any form of advice. Can you claim back stamp duty on a buy-to-let property? It is not possible to deduct Stamp Duty from Income Tax, even on buy-to-let properties. It is, however, deductible from your taxable gains to reduce Capital Gains Tax on the sale of the property. What is the stamp duty rate when converting a residential mortgage into a buy-to-let? Converting a residential mortgage into a buy-to-let mortgage does not have any implications for stamp duty. If you have further questions feel free to talk to us about your landlord accountancy queries by getting in touch at 0800 907 8633, via email@example.com or via our online contact form to speak to one of our specialist tax advisors.