- House & Land Stamp Duty
When purchasing house or land in NSW (other then first home buyers, who may be exempt depending on the price of the property they are purchasing) you are required to pay stamp duty to the Office of State Revenue. To assist you to calculate your costs, please follow the link to calculate your stamp duty on your purchase.
- Land Tax
Land tax is a tax levied on the owners of land in NSW as at midnight on 31 December of each year. In general, your principal place of residence (your home) or land used for primary production (a farm) is exempt from land tax. You may be liable for land tax if you own or part-own:
- vacant land, including vacant rural land
- a holiday home
- investment properties
- company title units, or
- residential, commercial or industrial units.
- Mortgage Stamp Duty
If you are borrowing money to purchase a property (other than first home buyers who may be exempt) or refinancing with an increase from your original loan, you will incur stamp duty on your mortgage. To assist you calculate your costs please calculate your stamp duty on your mortgage.
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