Stamp Duty Calculator

As of the 1st April 2016, people purchasing second homes or buy to let properties will have to pay a 3% surcharge on each stamp duty band. The term “Stamp Duty” actually describes a range of different taxes that apply to the transfer of property. For example, you pay a version of Stamp Duty on some share transfers. The kind we’re concerned with here applies to buying property and land, and is called Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT). It applies when you buy land or property.

Check out our SDLT Calculator here.



Rental Yield Calculator

Yields are a very important measure for investment properties as they measure the ratio between the cost of acquiring the asset and the rent that the asset generates. The location of your property, its type, size and condition will impact on the potential rent you can achieve with every location having its own expectations on the scale of rental income.

Check out our Rental Yield Calculator here.