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Selling a property in France to buy here

am planing to speak to a mortgage advisor/impot, but thought I'd try to get an idea by asking here first. I moved to Switzerland in March and am thinking of selling my apartment in France to use as a deposit to buy a property here. I'd still need a mortgage, Switzerland is much more expensive. It's my only property and was my primary residence. Would the money be subject to taxation in Switzerland?

Any information gratefully received - it took me a while to understand the French system and the Swiss system is different again!

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