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Posted by etiquette - Created: 5 years ago
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Posted by laughingboy-409220 - 5 years ago

Just to add - even a French person who lives in France has to pay CGT on a holiday home. Only principal residences are exempt. A holiday home is seen as a luxury.

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Posted by 1850stjeannet - 5 years ago

You'd stil have to pay CGT on sale as its not your principal residence - rates vary - see link. 


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