Stamp duty calculator

Whether you're an investor or an owner-occupier, our stamp duty calculator can help you estimate the amount of tax you'll have to pay on your property purchase.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What is stamp duty?
Stamp duty, also known as transfer duty, is a statutory fee levied on new house buyers by each state or territory government to pay the expense of transferring a property's legal title from one owner to another. The payment is required by a specific date, which is determined by the state or territory in which the property is located or purchased.
What is the cost of the stamp duty in Australia?
In Australia, stamp duty varies by state. It's about 3-4 percent of the property value as a rule of thumb. Please use our calculator to receive an accurate stamp duty estimate for your scenario.
How do you pay stamp duty?
Stamp duty is often paid at the time of settlement. The stamp duty fee must be paid directly to the relevant revenue office by new homeowners.
Is this stamp duty calculator reliable?
The stamp duty calculator takes into account the property's dutiable value, the state or territory where it was purchased, and the type of property. To provide the most accurate figures, data is sourced directly from the relevant state or territory office of state revenue.
Calculations, on the other hand, should only be used as a guide. There are a variety of other elements that can influence the cost of stamp duty. Stamp duty laws and taxes are also subject to legislative modification by state and territory governments.