Stamp Duty Queensland (Qld)

Stamp Duty Queensland (Qld) is payable on land transactions with improvements; which is usually a house, and is payable by the purchaser.

The following list shows the Stamp Duty Rates Qld. The Stamp Duty Calculator Qld below is an easy way to calculate the stamp duty due in Queensland.

How to Calculate the Stamp Duty QLD
Simply enter the purchase price of the property ( Property Value) the property type; whether you are living in the property, so it’s classed as residential or not, then select whether you are a First Home Buyer in Queensland.

There are a number of concessions available to purchasers of property in Queensland, and these are built into the calculator. As you will see from the table below, the calculation of just the general rates is a little complex, so using the Stamp Duty Calculator Queensland is advisable in calculating the Stamp Duty Queensland amount.

Once you know how much you will be paying in Stamp Duty QLD, you can then add this amount to the Home Loan Calculator to get a much more accurate idea of what your home loan repayments will be.

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Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this calculator, the results
should be used as indication only. They are neither a quote nor a pre-qualification for a home loan.

 

Stamp Duty Rates QLD

  • Up to $5,000 Nil
  • $5,000 to $75,000 $1.50 for each $100, or part of $100, by which the dutiable value is more than $5,000
  • $75,000 to $540,000 $1,050 plus $3.50 for each $100, or part of $100, by which the dutiable value is more than $75,000
  • $540,000 to $980,000 $17,325 plus $4.50 for each $100, or part of $100, by which the dutiable value is more than $540,000
  • More than $980,000 $37,125 plus $5.25 for each $100, or part of $100, by which the dutiable value is more than $980,000

In times of uncertainty, or when Interest Rates are expected to rise in the foreseable future, it would be prudent to prepare for interest rate rises now.
It would also be advisable to talk to your bank or home loan lender, financial advisor about some of the options available to better insulate you from the effects of a rise in interest rates; such as a Split Rate Home Loan. With a home loan that is part fixed, and part variable, only the variable portion of your home loan is effected by rises/falls in interest rates.
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