What taxes will you be facing if you purchase a property abroad and rent it, what will be your net income? Of course, taxation depends on the country. My Home Abroad is telling you what you need to know about tax system in a few attractive countries.

  • Tax Paris Realestate Myhomeabroad

    Low taxation regime in Paris

    Property tax is due by the owner, it is relatively inexpensive in Paris which combines the statutes of a City and a Department. For non-residents, the French Treasury (tax department) is less greedy, there are many tax breaks for those who live more than 180 …

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  • Facade Immeuble Paris

    France : new or old property?

    In French, the distinction between “acheter dans le neuf“, purchasing a new property, and “acheter dans l’ancien“, purchasing an old property, is a taxation matter. This is a pretty obvious point for an apartment located in a traditionnal Haussmann building, or when purchasing off plan. …

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  • Property Tax Thailand

    Property taxation in Thailand

    In Thailand, there is not really such taxes as the property tax and the residential tax that exist in other countries. The only taxes which are concerning property are the “Land Tax” and the “Use Tax Structure”. The Land Tax, of course concerning land, is …

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    Buying a property in Thailand: payment rules

    A deposit of 10 percent is usually required to ensure transaction and the total payment of balance should be made within 30 to 60 days. You could possibly get more time, but you will have to pay a bigger deposit. Deposits are normally non-refundable, except in …

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