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Where would you like to live?

Find your new home

How many bedrooms would you like?

  • One bedroom
  • Two bedroom
  • Three bedroom
  • Four bedroom
  • 5+ bedrooms

What property style are you looking for?

  • Detached
  • Semi-Detached
  • Terraced
  • Apartments
  • Bungalow
  • Town House

Distance

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Stamp Duty savings

Make moving to a Redrow home more affordable.

Autumn Budget – Savings for first-time buyers

As of 22nd November 2017, first time buyers will not pay Stamp Duty on the first £300,000 of their home. Therefore if you buy your first home for less than this, you will not pay any Stamp Duty. If you buy your home for between £300,001 and £500,000 you’ll only pay 5% on that portion of the purchase price.

What is Stamp Duty?

Stamp Duty Land Tax is a tax due on all property purchases, new or pre-owned, over £125,000 if you are not a first time buyer. It is often referred to as Stamp or Stamp Duty. It ranges from 0% on the first £125,000 of the property price, to 12% of the value over £1.5m.

How much will you have to pay?

The chart below shows what you would pay in Stamp Duty, including the rates and a calculator to work out the cost:

Stamp Duty Rates

I'm a first time buyer
HOUSE PRICE (MINIMUM)
HOUSE PRICE (MAXIMUM)
STAMP DUTY RATE
£0
£125,000
0%
£125,001
£250,000
2%
£250,001
£925,000
5%
£925,001
£1.5 million
10%
Over £1.5 million
-
12%
Remember, if you're a first time buyer and the property you are purchasing is over £500,000 then standard stamp duty rates will apply to your purchase.
HOUSE PRICE (MINIMUM)
HOUSE PRICE (MAXIMUM)
STAMP DUTY RATE
£0
£300,000
0%
£300,001
£500,000
5%

Work out the cost of Stamp Duty

I'm a first time buyer
Required Stamp Duty £0
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