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Stamp duty is a tax on a property transaction that is charged by each state and territory. Our Stamp Duty Calculator allows you to calculate stamp duty, mortgage registration fees and transfer fees payable on your new house or land purchase.

How is stamp duty calculated?

The amount of stamp duty payable will vary depending on factors such as the state/territory you live in, whether you are purchase a house or land, if it is an owner occupied property and if you are a foreign purchaser. Our Stamp Duty Calculators factors in all these variables.

First home buyer stamp duty reduction

Depending on your state or territory, you may be eligible for a reduction in stamp duty as a first home buyer. Our Stamp Duty Calculator factors the first home buyer benefits into your calculation.

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