Use the stamp duty calculator below to see how much stamp duty you may be required to pay on your property purchase. Stamp duty is a government tax paid by the purchaser of land or a property within 30 days of settlement. The stamp duty you will be required to pay is calculated on the value of the land or property and varies between the different states.
There are some exemptions or concessions that can apply to pensioners, deceased estates, first home buyers, farms, and off the plan sales. For more information on these concessions, contact our Mortgage Broker team.
*NOTE – new changes to First Home Buyer stamp duty exemptions will take effect from 1 July 2017. These exemptions will not be factored into the below calculator until 1 July.
When you’re ready to get exact calculations on your specific needs, the Assured Lending mortgage brokers are here to do the sums for you. Contact us for a cost and obligation free chat to discuss your requirements in more detail. Your mortgage broker will calculate all the figures you need and they’ll also compare a wide choice of Australia’s leading lenders to find the most suitable home loan for you.
The above stamp duty calculator has been provided in good faith as a guidance tool only. Results are not financial advice, are a guide only, and are not a guaranteed outcome or quote. Borrowers should always discuss their individual situation with an Australian Credit Licensee or authorised Credit Representative. MFAA