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Understanding Transfer Duty
When purchasing a property in NSW (other than first home buyers who may be exempt) you are required to pay transfer duty to Revenue NSW. To assist you in calculating these costs, the table below provides a rough estimate of the transfer duty on the property purchase, this is based on NSW property.
As of 1st July 2023
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Transfer Duty FAQ’s
Generally speaking, the answer is no – Transfer Duty cannot be deferred or delayed and is required to be paid either at settlement or within three months from the date of exchange, whichever occurs first. In saying this there are some instances where Transfer Duty can be deferred. Those instances include the purchase of an owner-occupied off the plan property.
First home buyers in NSW may be eligible for exemptions or concessions on Transfer Duty under specific conditions, substantially reducing the costs associated with purchasing a property.
Yes, Transfer Duty can be calculated using the online calculator provided by Revenue NSW, offering a convenient way to estimate your payable amount based on the value of the property.
Yes, Transfer Duty was formerly called Stamp Duty. It is a mandatory tax imposed on property transactions in NSW.
Late payment of Transfer Duty can incur interest and penalties. It is crucial to ensure timely payment to avoid additional costs and legal complications.
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