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© Franck Dubray / Archives West France Photo Illustration of a property tax notice.
The National Union of Real Estate Owners (UNPI) unveiled Tuesday, 19 October the fifteenth edition of the National Observatory of Land Taxes. Between 2010 and 2020, the property tax jumped by 27.9% on average in France.
Tuesday, October 19, the National Union of the Property Real Estate (UNPI) unveiled the results of its 15th edition of the National Observatory of Land Taxes, based on data disseminated by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and recovery. Surprising this teaching: in five years, the property tax , paid by more than 32 million taxpayers in France, increased by 11.4%. In ten years, the property tax jumped by 27.9%.
Pinel +: The criteria that will soon respect the dwellings to benefit from the maximum tax reduction
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35.3 billion euros paid in 2020
"This increase results from the conjunction of two increases: that of the rental values (automatic revaluation of 6.1% in 5 years And the rates voted by local authorities ", explained UNPI when presenting these numbers.
The authors of the report noted that, over the last five years, the property tax has increased six times faster than the price of rents (+2%) and three times faster than inflation (+ 2.7%). In 2020, real estate owners paid 35.3 billion euros of land tax on built properties, notes the report of the Federation.
It is Nantes who experienced the last five years the highest property tax increase (+37.51%) among the big cities, followed by Villeurbanne (36.81%). Angers (56.42%), Amiens (55.87%) and Grenoble (54.67%) show the highest land tax rates in France among the big cities, according to the ranking of the UNPI.
Annex Taxes Frange
This outbreak can be explained by increased rates, but not just. Ancillary taxes, including the management tax of aquatic environments and flood prevention (GEMAPI), which has only since 2015, or the garbage removal tax (TEOM), weigh heavily in the invoice. And this phenomenon should not stop there, according to the UNI, some local authorities seeking to compensate, via these, the end of the housing tax.
Taxes: How are you taxed your rents .
© Chinnarach / Adobe Stock Taxes: How are your rents from since January 2019 and the establishment of the levy at the source of the income tax, the taxation of Your rents obeys a specific device: it is the tax that takes a deposit directly (every month or quarter) on your bank account, so as and when you receive your rents. Explanations.xes of sampling It is based on the latest tax return you sent. Tax services determine the levy rate (including 17.2% social taxes) applicable on your rents base