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Office provides the following services in real estate law:

Land Transfer Tax (LTT) Calculator

Use the following form to estimate the amount of residential Ontario and Toronto (if applicable) land transfer tax you will be required to pay. Land transfer tax is applied on the sale price only. The calculator is for estimation purposes only.

(Do not enter dollar sign or commas)

(This LTT includes Municipal Transfer Tax if the property is located in the City of Toronto)

Please note that first home buyers may be eligible for a rebate of up to $2000. For more information regarding this Land Transfer Tax calculator, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Revenue.

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Property Transfer (or Purchase) Tax / Land Transfer Fees

Property Transfer (or Purchase) Tax / Land Transfer Fees are calculated between 0.5-2% of the property's total value (Land Transfer Tax is not applicable in some other provinces). They are generally 1% of the first $200,000 of the value and 2% of the remainder.

Since year 2005 the individuals who are buying their first home and now exempted from Property Transfer Tax (PTT) as long as they meet the following criteria, namely the First Home Buyer:

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There are also proportional exemptions to PTT for first-time home buyers which vary by region based on the fair market value of the property.

Commencing December 2007, first home buyers are entitled to exemption of the provincial Land Transfer Tax (up to $2,000) regardless whether they purchase as resale real estate property or a home from the builder.

Commencing February 2008, the city of Toronto (as its own Land Transfer Tax which allows first time home buyers of both new and resale homes to qualify for a rebate.

If the property is vacant land, the house must be constructed within one year of closing and the buyer must live in the house for the balance of the year.

There are other criteria needed as well to qualify for the PTT exemption, so it is best to consult a lawyer or notary.

Contact Real Estate Lawyer Natalia Denchik

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Tel.: 416-258-9566/416-227-9650
Fax: 416- 227-2296

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