If you have an ever-decreasing lease on your property that you want to extend we can help you. If you are a long leaseholder, it may be possible under statutory rights to obtain a new lease.
If you would like us to investigate your lease extension options and represent you please complete the contact form or get an instant no-obligation quote.
Use our handy stamp duty calculator.
STAMP DUTY CALCULATOR
This stamp duty calculator allows you to easily calculate the amount of stamp duty land tax due on a freehold residential property. It will display the calculation in a table with a rundown of the different percentages that make up the total amount. There is also the option to specify whether you are a first-time buyer, a buy-to-let or you have a second property which changes the amount of stamp duty due.
Please note, this calculator assumes it’s a freehold residential property, it does not calculate commercial transactions or leasehold properties.
The calculator is built upon the residential property rates provided here as of 11/12/2017.
It has been updated with the temporary change announced here for the period of 8 July 2020 until 31 March 2021. A new update will be made reverting these changes in March 2021.
This calculator is provided as a guide only and will enable you to budget please seek further advice from us.
This mortgage calculator allows you to enter the amount you want to borrow over a number of years and the interest rate.
It will then calculate the monthly repayment and how much you’ll pay in interest over the term.
Use our handy mortgage calculator.