Investors, Reclaim Your Overpaid
Stamp Duty Today. No Win, No Fee


Fees Are Only 17.5% Of Reclaim*. Use code: 175sale. Offer Closes In…

Investor. Did you buy an investment property in England or Northern Ireland with condition defects within the past four years?

It’s possible you can reclaim £1,000’s in Stamp Duty.

  • Reclaim based on property condition at time of purchase.
  • No win, no fee.
  • Experts in stamp duty reclaims.
  • Simple process for clients.

Looking for a stamp duty reclaim? Register to claim your 17.5% fees*. Use code: 175sale. No win, no fee.

*The reclaim fees represent the total amount of money we charge if your reclaim is successful. Our usual fees are 35% of total sum reclaimed. Our flash sale fees are 1/2 price at only 17.5% of the total sum reclaimed.

FLASH SALE! 1/2 price reclaim fees of 17.5%.
Register today. Use coupon code: 175sale.

Summary of Terms and Conditions for Half Price Flash Sale Offer

  1. Offer details: This offer provides a 17.5% fee on successful reclaims, a 1/2 price reduction from the standard 35% fee.
  2. UK Tax resident: This offer is only applicable to to property investors who are UK tax residents.
  3. Promotional period: The offer is valid to end time as advertised in our promotional countdown clock shown on this page.
  4. Minimum service charge: The minimum fee charged for a successful reclaim is £650.
  5. Eligibility: Open to new and existing customers.
  6. Discount Application: The 17.5% fee is automatically applied to new clients registering within the promotional period, or existing clients submitting case evidence for new reclaims within the promotional period.
  7. Offer Limitations: The offer cannot be combined with other promotions and is non-transferable.
  8. Right to Modify: The offer can be altered or withdrawn at any time without notice.
  9. Liability and Acceptance: We are not liable for promotional errors. Participation signifies acceptance of these terms.

Our client cases result
in successful payouts.

Here is why…

Our team has extensive knowledge and experience in handling stamp duty claims, which allows us to effectively navigate the complex processes involved.

Thorough Case Preparation
We meticulously prepare each case, ensuring all legal arguments, necessary documentation and evidence are in place, which increases the likelihood of approval by HMRC.

Dedicated Client Support
We work closely with you, guiding you every step of the way and making sure your claims are presented accurately and compellingly to HMRC.

Success Stories

Our investor clients who rightly and lawfully reclaimed overpaid stamp duty.

Do you have a case? Use our free
condition assessment tool.

For a successful claim, your property must have defects when purchased.
Use our free condition assessment tool. See if you have a good claim.

Click on the images. Then scroll down.
See your score at the bottom this page.
If over 100, you may have a good case!

Our tool helps you identify any defects in the property you’ve purchased that could make it unliveable according to government guidelines.

Different types of problems are grouped together, and you can click on the thumbnail to see more details about each issue.

The tool assigns a score to each condition issue based on severity, adding them up to give a total score. A score above 100 suggests the property is unlivable, and above 300 is a strong case.

If your property is unliveable, it cannot be classified as ‘residential’ for stamp duty purposes. Instead, it can be classified as ‘non-residential,’ and you can pay commercial stamp duty rates, which are usually lower than residential rates. Our stamp duty calculator can show you the difference in rates, and help you determine how much you might save.

“Uninhabitable” and “unlivable”

The terms “uninhabitable” and “unlivable” are often used interchangeably and can mean similar things, but there is a subtle difference in their meanings.

“Uninhabitable” usually refers to a property that is not fit for human habitation due to its condition, such as a severe lack of basic utilities or structural damage. This can be an objective assessment based on local government codes and regulations.

On the other hand, “unlivable” is a more subjective term that can refer to a property that is not comfortable or suitable for living in, even if it meets basic standards for habitability. For example, a property might be unlivable due to noise pollution or other environmental factors, despite being structurally sound and meeting local codes.

Overall, the key difference between the two terms is that “uninhabitable” is a legal and objective term used to define a property that fails to meet minimum standards for human habitation, while “unlivable” is a more subjective term that can refer to any property that is not comfortable or suitable for living in, regardless of its objective condition.

Good case?

What refund could you claim?

What refund could you reclaim?

Use our stamp duty calculator to see your potential refund.
Just answer a few questions. It’s easy.