Registration fee

If you are facing an upcoming home purchase or looking to take out a mortgage (loan) on your property, you must be aware that you must pay a tax to the state. The fee is calculated based on the property’s purchase price or the size of the loan you wish to take out.

On this page, we have made it easy for you as a buyer by making a registration fee calculator that can calculate the registration fee of the deed for an ordinary home purchase in free trade and the registration fee for taking out a loan on a mortgage deed.

When calculating the registration fee for the deed, certain exceptions apply if, for example, family members trade with each other. If you are interested in knowing more about calculating the registration fee, you can read more here.

Registration fee deed 

The registration fee of the deed for a home purchase is calculated by taking a variable registration fee of 0.6 percent. of the purchase price plus a fixed registration fee of DKK 1,750. The variable registration fee is rounded to the nearest hundred. In other words, if you buy a property for DKK 8,310,000, it is 0.6 percent. thus DKK 49,860. This amount is rounded up to DKK 49,900 and the fixed registration fee of DKK 1,750 is added, after which the registration fee amounts to DKK 51,650.

Registration fee mortgage deed

If you must take out a mortgage (loan) on real estate, you must pay a variable registration fee to the state of 1.45 percent. added a fixed registration fee of DKK 1,730. The variable registration fee must, as when calculating the registration fee of the deed for home purchase, be rounded up to the nearest hundred. This means that if you must take out a loan in a property for DKK 5,155,000, it amounts to 1.45 percent. thus DKK 74,747.50. This amount is rounded up to DKK 74,800 and the fixed registration fee of DKK 1,730 is added, after which the registration fee amounts to DKK 76,530.

If you are interested in knowing more about registration of mortgage (loan) in real estate as well as stamp duty refund, then you can read more here.