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second home

i bought my second home had to pay stamp duty of 10.000 i want to claim this back im not selling my first home but gifting it to my daughter.
will i be able to claim stamp duty back or will i have to sell it and i want her to take over the current  mortgage of 90,000. 

whats the best way to do it ??


  • Keep_pedalling
    Keep_pedalling Posts: 16,981 Forumite
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    edited 5 November 2022 at 9:34AM
    A bit more info required.

    When did you buy your second home?
    Have you now moved into that home? 
    Is your daughter living in your first home?

  • macman
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    Your daughter can't just 'take over' your mortgage. Your mortgage must be discharged and she'll need to obtain a mortgage herself.
    No free lunch, and no free laptop ;)
  • penners324
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    Where will you be living afterwards?
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