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Old Oct 2nd 2015, 8:07 am
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Taxe foncière - Has anyone apart from myself been hit by the increase in taxe foncière ths year. I have heard horror stories on the radio of land being reclassified and people having to pay a 500% increase. The tax on my own flat where absolutely nothing has changed (i.e. been improved) for the last 20 years had increased by 46% this year. Just a few months of course after Francois Hollande announced that there would be no more tax increases: Has anyone's tax fallen with this "reclassification"?. This kind of tax increase makes a mockery of any type of financial planning and I wonder if it is really legal.

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Taxe foncière - Has anyone apart from myself been hit by the increase in taxe foncière ths year. I have heard horror stories on the radio of land being reclassified and people having to pay a 500% increase. The tax on my own flat where absolutely nothing has changed (i.e. been improved) for the last 20 years had increased by 46% this year. Just a few months of course after Francois Hollande announced that there would be no more tax increases: Has anyone's tax fallen with this "reclassification"?. This kind of tax increase makes a mockery of any type of financial planning and I wonder if it is really legal.
Our's is the same as last year...
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Ours went up very slightly this year.
Is yours a résidence secondaire? (since you are marked as living in Italy). If so, this Tax might have been increased for that category. Some one in the know will come along...
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Many thanks DMU that does seem to be at least part of the answer. I have just seen that they can increase the tax this year on a residence secondaire by 20% in certain areas in order to "libérer des logements" i.e. expropriate owners by making them sell" . Might be a good idea for anyone buying a second home to check they are outside the 1150 "zones tendues".

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Many thanks DMU that does seem to be at least part of the answer. I have just seen that they can increase the tax this year on a residence secondaire by 20% in certain areas in order to "libérer des logements" i.e. expropriate owners by making them sell" . Might be a good idea for anyone buying a second home to check they are outside the 1150 "zones tendues".
My maison secondaire taxe foncière hasn't changed from last year (OK it's up 1%). Do you have a link to the 1150 zones ten dues?

Edit: Never mind GIYF.
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Ours went up forty percent this year.
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Ours went up forty percent this year.
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My anwer was also monosyllabic
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[QUOTE=Novocastrian;11763042]My maison secondaire taxe foncière hasn't changed from last year (OK it's up 1%). Do you have a link to the 1150 zones ten dues? Télécharger Zone tendue - Liste des villes en zone tendue (gratuit)
Hope that works. Rents are now capped in these areas as well. I suppose the intentions are good ....
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My maison secondaire taxe foncière hasn't changed from last year (OK it's up 1%). Do you have a link to the 1150 zones ten dues? Télécharger Zone tendue - Liste des villes en zone tendue (gratuit)
Hope that works. Rents are now capped in these areas as well. I suppose the intentions are good ....
Thanks. Nothing in my Dept. (14). Phew.
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We got a €36.00 rebate on last year's.
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Paid ours this morning. It went up by 23 euros.
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