Tulliemet - property for sale

Follow the links above to see property currently for sale in or near Tulliemet, or try a somewhat wider search from CKD Galbraith.


In January 2015 the proposals given in 2013 and 2014 (see below) were revised and the levels of the new Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) were reset as:

0% on value up to  £145,000

2% on value £145,001 - £250,000

5% on value £250,001 - £325,000

10% on value £325001 - £750,000

12% on value above £750,000

A plot for the tax value on transactions to £500,000 can be seen here.

A plot for the tax value on transactions to £1,000,000 can be seen here.


 

In October 2014 the proposal given in 2013 (see below) was revised and the levels of the new Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) were set as:

0% on value up to  £135,000

2% on value £135,000 - £250,000

10% on value above £250,000

12% on value above £1,000,000

A plot for the tax value on transactions to £450,000 can be seen here.

A plot for the tax value on transactions to £1,000,000 can be seen here.


On 25th June 2013 the Scottish Government debated and passed a new property tax which will replace Stamp Duty in 2015 when responsibility for that tax is to be devolved to the Scottish Parliament.  This is the first new Scottish tax for 308 years! Various plots showing the expected features and effects of the proposed new Transaction Tax are given in the links below.

1) Old and new tax expressed as a percentage of the house sale value (£0 - £2.5m).

2) Old and new tax expressed as a percentage of the house sale value (£0 - £1m).

3) Ratio of the new tax to the old Stamp Duty (£0 - £1m)

4) The tax actually payable in the old and new systems (£0 - £400k)

5) The tax actually payable (£0 - £600k)

6) The tax actually payable (£0 - £1m)

7) The tax actually payable (£0 - £2.5m)