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What is a Land Registry fee?


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What is a Land Registry fee?

The land registry fee is what you have to pay to have your property registered in your own name and the lender will also need to have their name registered against the mortgage deed if you are borrowing. Your Solicitor will take care of this on your behalf and would be able to answer any more questions you might have on this. If you are looking for a Solicitor, we have written a new article on how to pick one here.

Land Registry Fees:

Deed Of TransferLand Registry fees
Up to €50,000€400
Between €50,001 to €200,000€600
Between €200,001 and €400,000€700
Above €400,000€800
Table of Land Registry Fees

Seeing that you are interested in this article and what is involved when purchasing a property you should check out these other new articles that I have written on Mortgage Deeds, Stamp Duty and The Local Property Tax.
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