Property Calculators


We’ve pulled together some useful calculators to help you get the answers you need quickly.

 

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Stamp Duty Calculator

Calculate your Stamp Duty liability on a property purchase.

Stamp Duty Calculator
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Purchase Costs Calculator

Calculate your total costs for a property purchase.

Purchase Costs Calculator
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Budget Planner

Get an idea of how much disposable income you could have

Budget Planner

Stamp Duty Calculator

If you buy a property or land over a certain price in England you must pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT). It can be a significant additional cost, so it is important to know what this will add to the overall cost of purchasing a property.
 

However, Stamp Duty only starts to apply over a threshold property value. If you buy a property for less than the threshold, there’s nothing to pay. From time-to-time, the government will change the thresholds - for example if they wish to stimulate activity in the property market.
 

Our easy-to-use calculator is updated regularly to ensure you the latest information reflecting the current thresholds and Stamp Duty rates.

 

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Stamp Duty

From 1st July the threshold will be set at £250,000 until 30th September 2021 and then from 1st October 2021, the threshold will revert back to £125,000.



 

Purchase Costs Calculator

The deposit you put down is just one part of the overall costs involved in buying a property.


Our handy Purchase Costs Calculator is a quick and easy way to consider a range of other costs involved, helping you to budget and plan for your purchase.
 

Buying costs
Total costs



 

Budget Planner Calculator

Our budget calculator will help you to get an idea of what mortgage payments you could afford after all your existing outgoings are taken into account. 

  • Only complete the items that apply.
  • Leave the current mortgage or rent fields empty if you are buying or renting for the first time or if you are 'selling' your current property to see how much you 'could' allocate to a mortgage or rent payment.



 

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Loans
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Utility and other bills
General living costs
Savings and investments
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