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You must pay Land Transaction Tax if you buy a property or land over a certain price in Wales.
This calculator will help you work out how much you have to pay if you are buying residential property.
If you are buying non-residential property or land this calculator can’t help. Instead go to gov.wales/land-transaction-tax-calculator.
You will usually have to pay higher rates of Land Transaction Tax if you are buying a residential property worth £40,000 or more and already own 1 or more properties.
If you are buying in any of these countries then use the appropriate calculator to work out how much you will pay
The effective tax rate is 0.00%
Land Transaction Tax (LTT) is paid at different rates depending on the purchase price.
The first table below shows the rates of Land Transaction Tax someone buying their next home, with a completion date on or before 30 June 2021, would pay.
If the property is an additional property or second home, the higher residential rates shown in the second table below may apply.
* Buying a residential property under £40,000 is not subject to higher rates of Land Transaction Tax (LTT)
You must send an LTT return and pay the tax within 30 days of the day after completion (or other effective date of the transaction). If you have a solicitor, agent or conveyancer, they’ll usually file your return and pay the tax on your behalf. If they don’t do this for you, you can file a return and pay the tax yourself using the
Land Transaction Tax – Everything you need to know
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