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Stamp duty calculator

RAMS Stamp Duty Calculator is a useful tool for estimating the amount of government fees and charges you need to pay when buying a property in your state or territory.

Stamp duty calculator

Don't be surprised by unexpected costs when buying a home. RAMS stamp duty calculator will show you how much in government fees and charges you can expect to pay in the state or territory you’re buying in. 

For best results, fill the details of your property transaction (including your state or territory) to estimate what your total government fees would be, including stamp duty and grants if any.

Stamp Duty Calculator


The results of this calculator are estimates only. They are based on the information you have provided. If you change any of the information you will obtain a different result. Other fees, charges and costs may apply. The calculation assumes that you are not a foreign purchaser.

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Whether buying a new home, refinancing an existing home loan or investing in property, RAMS mortgage calculators can give you an estimate of what your repayments could be, based on your home loan amount, your loan type and the interest rate you think you'll be paying. Once you get an idea of your mortgage repayments from the calculator, together with the rest of your budget, you'll start to see whether you can realistically afford the home you want to buy. Your local RAMS franchisee can also help guide you through this process.

Borrowing calculator

Whether buying your own home or an investment property, your ability to do so will largely depend on affordability. Having an honest look at your current salary, debts and expenses will assist in establishing your borrowing power - which is the estimated amount your home loan lender might lend you, based on your current circumstances.

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An offset account is an everyday deposit account which is linked to your variable rate home loan: the money you hold in this offset account can reduce the amount of interest payable on your home loan.  Additionally, the offset account acts as an everyday account and you can access your funds anytime.

Upfront and ongoing costs calculator

Fees and costs when buying a house are not limited to the agreed property price. Government fees, Lenders Mortgage Insurance (where applicable), council rates and utilities all add up. That’s on top of upfront costs such as conveyancing fees, property inspections and removal costs. 

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