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LEZLI

3 hours ago

Hi Kurt - the stamp duty is not included in the purchase price.

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Angelo

1 week ago

Hi Kurt, Great question. The stamp duty is separate from the property price but how much the Gov collects depends on the value and the purpose ie: owner occupied or investment and FHO in QLD purchasing to live in are exempt from paying stamp duty up to a purchase price of $500k. All of the brokers on this platform are qualified to assist you just click on a brokers profile to get a phone call. Hope that helps, Angelo

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Peter

1 week ago

Hi Kurt, as per all other repies, all goverment charges will be ontop of the purchase price

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Vince

1 week ago

Stamp duty is a Government Charge, not part of the Price, the same applies to mortgage registration , local government registration, and legal searches and fees. Having said that, there is available concessions for owner occupied property and especially for first home buyers in some states. Let me know if you want to look at your own specific circumstances.

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Suman

1 week ago

Hi Kurt, Its additional cost on top of purchase price.

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Jennifer

1 week ago

Hi Kurt, generally speaking, stamp duty is an additional cost you will need to allow for; if you have another property with relevant equity, this could be a way to include costs in the loan. If you click through to my profile, I'll have your contact details and I'd be happy to discuss your options. Best of luck, Jen

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Alex

1 week ago

Hi Kurt, stamp duty is charged on top of the purchase price. You'll also need to include other costs such as transfer registration fee (another state govt charge), mortgage registration fees, bank fees, conveyancing as well as building and pest. If you'd like me to run some numbers specific to your situation, contact me through my profile. Thanks, Alex

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