Calculate your Rental Agreement Stamping Fee here

Importance of Tenancy Agreement & Stamping

A tenancy agreement is a printed document that states all the terms and conditions where the tenants and landlords have agreed upon before the tenant moves in.

It is very crucial for property leasing in order to protect the landlords and tenants. For example, by clearly stating that the tenant is responsible for all payable charges, such as water, electricity and sewerage charge, the landlord is then absolved of bearing any legal responsibility regarding payable charges. To legitimize a tenancy agreement, it is important to note that both landlords and tenants must sign it. After which, the tenancy agreement is required to be stamped by LHDN for it to be legal in court. A stamp duty, which is a form of taxes placed by the government on legal documents will have to be paid to finalize a tenancy agreement before a rental can happen.

Normally, there are two copies of tenancy agreement, one copy for landlord and another one for tenant. Both of the copies have to be stamped by LHDN before the process of moving into a new property occurs. The Malaysia Inland Revenue Authority, also known as “Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri Malaysia”, LHDN Malaysia is where you pay your stamp duty and may get stamping on your tenancy agreements done.

Rental fees, stamp duty and tenancy agreements can be confusing to anyone moving in or leasing a property. To make things easier, let us calculate your stamp duty for you. Fill in your monthly rental and lease period of the property in the calculator below to know how much you would need to pay for stamping of tenancy agreement.

Understand the formula on how Stamping Fee is calculated for a rental within Malaysia by reading our article here. You can also find a rental agreement stamping fee calculator below where we calculate for you! With the calculator, calculating tenancy agreement stamp duty is pretty easy.

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To calculate how much you need to pay for stamping your tenancy agreement, fill in your monthly rental and lease period in the calculator below.




How the Stamping Fee is Calculated

Don’t worry, calculating tenancy agreement stamp duty is pretty easy. You can find out the formula in our article here.

Signing Tenancy Agreement Online

It is also possible to take everything online. You can sign the tenancy agreement online via Speedmanage, a web solution by SPEEDHOME.

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7 thoughts on “Calculate your Rental Agreement Stamping Fee here

  • May 21, 2020 at 11:48 am
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    Hi would like to know if i only rent a room Rm1100 monthly, the landlord charge me tenancy agreement fees rm354.00, the unit got 4 rooms, its charge all individually i think. so am i need to pay that much?

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    • May 22, 2020 at 3:50 am
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      Hi mdm chen,

      It is possible to be this amount considering it is RM1100 monthly. The agreement + stamp duty charges is around RM319 in total, adding up other payable fees like SST, legal fees and if you need extra copies which is around RM10 per copy. If you would like to know how this figure came up, you can read more about it here:

      https://speedhome.com/blog/tenancy-agreement-charges-in-malaysia/

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  • June 2, 2020 at 1:24 pm
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    your 1 room rental is so expensive. Mind to share where do u rent a room? Center of KL?
    my unit in Bukit Jalil (new high end condo) just Rm1600-1700.

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  • June 17, 2020 at 7:17 am
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    We rent 4 bed unit. Landlord says we have to pay 1000rm stamping fee. This is not correct according to your calculator. How can we appeal this?

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    • June 26, 2020 at 3:40 am
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      Stamping fee for residential rental takes two factors into consideration. First is duration of agreement second is annual rent in excess of RM2,400. Your stamping fee will be RM1000 if you renting for 2 years at the rate of RM10k/mo. recommend using SPEEDHOME for your next tenancy. Our tenancy agreement and stamping fee is at a flat rate of RM399/yearly. Payments breakdown are made transparent too. Good luck!

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  • December 3, 2020 at 12:22 am
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    can owner directly go to LHDN to get the tenancy agreement stamped without dealing with REN?

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    • December 4, 2020 at 12:45 am
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      Yes you may. It’s just usually there is a long queue in the LHDN office and people would choose to let others handle for them. In SPEEDHOME, we do the stamping for you! Landlord only has to pay RM10 stamping fee.

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