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Stamp Duty Western Australia
The stamp duty in WA is calculated depending on the value of the property.
If you were buying a $400,000 property as your principal place of residence, the stamp duty would be $13,015, excluding first home buyer concessions.
The general rates of Stamp Duty in Western Australia are:
|Dutiable value||Duty rate|
|$0 to $80,000||$1.90 per $100 or part thereof|
|$80,001 to $100,000||$1,520 plus $2.85 per $100 or part thereof above $80,000|
|$100,001 to $250,000||$2,090 plus $3.80 per $100 or part thereof above $100,000|
|$250,001 to $500,000||$7,790 plus $4.75 per $100 or part thereof above $250,000|
|$500,001 and upwards||$19,665 plus $5.15 per $100 or part thereof above $500,000|
Stamp duty is subject to change. Information current as at November 2016. For the most up-to-date information please go to the WA Department of Finance website.
Use our Stamp Duty Calculator to work out how much you might have to pay.