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News 1st of March 2021 By Febe Louage and Stephanie Vanmarcke

Foreign real estate also subject to CI

Foreign real estate also subject to CI

Taxation no longer based on potential rental value

What will happen in practice

You bought a property in France for EUR 300,000. First, divide this by the corrective factor of 15.036 to determine the market value in the 1975 reference year. EUR 300,000/15.036 = EUR 19,952. To calculate the final CI, multiply this amount by 5.3%. The CI for such a property is EUR 1,057 (0.053*19,952).

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Febe Louage
Febe Louage
Stephanie Vanmarcke
Stephanie Vanmarcke

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