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Re: Taxation on French Investment Property

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Can anyone advise on what taxes I will have to pay on a French Investment property.

I am a Swiss resident (C Permit) and I'm thinking of buying an investment property (apartment) in France (St. Louis).

I'm aware of the fees and on-going charges I will be liable for relating to the apartment however I am not sure what taxes I will have to pay, or how they are calculated.

Do I have to submit a tax return in France each year?
What are the tax rates I will get hit with?
Is there a tax free threshold?

Can anyone help?
You need to submit tax returns in France, social costs added to tax will make you want to cry.

Then remember CGT for the first 23 years & social costs for 30 years on a sale, you may also make a huge loss in CHF & have a huge tax bill, take care with how you finance.
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