How much will stamp duty cost me?

How much will stamp duty cost me?

Use uno’s Stamp Duty Calculator for a guide on stamp duty costs.
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Use uno’s Stamp Duty Calculator for a guide on stamp duty costs.

Stamp duty is a percentage of the purchase price paid to the state government to process the property ownership transfer. It is a charge that’s payable in every Australian state and territory – Victoria, NSW, Queensland, WA, SA, Tasmania, ACT and Northern Territory – and the cost varies depending on where you live and your circumstances (whether you’re a first home buyer, investor or owner-occupier).

This list gives you an example of the stamp duty that could apply to the purchase of a $400,000 property in each state.

Owner-occupied properties:

  • NT $16,514
  • Victoria $16,370
  • SA $16,330
  • Tasmania $13,998
  • NSW $13,490
  • WA $13,015
  • ACT $11,650
  • Queensland $5,250

Investment

  • NT $16,514
  • Victoria $19,070
  • SA $16,330
  • Tasmania $13,998
  • NSW $13,490
  • WA $13,015
  • ACT $11,650
  • Queensland $12,425

These are estimates only, and you should check with your State Revenue Office for confirmation. If you have any questions about stamp duty, contact us on 133 866 or via online chat.

uno’s Stamp Duty Calculator provides an interactive guide on stamp duty costs.

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