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Old 28.02.2021, 13:26
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Re: Non-Swiss, non-resident, inherited property and taxation?

Your nationality is not important. Same rules for Swiss nationals which are not Swiss resident. Thus, it boils down to:

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-not a Swiss resident
-am not renting out any property
Accordingly you are taxed on the imputed rental value (valeur locative) of your share. Most double tax treaty give the country where the real estate is located the taxation rights. W/o a double tax treaty Switzerland has free reign anyway, so nothing changes from Swiss point of view (except that you might be taxed twice in your country of residence).

https://www.handelskammerjournal.ch/...mobilienbesitz
https://www.weka.ch/themen/steuern/i...landswohnsitz/
https://hausinfo.ch/de/finanzieren-k...steuerung.html

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To sell, you will need the 100% agreement of the others.
Not when they only sell their share. Potential buyers are few. Most likely candidates are the other co-owners.
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