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Rental property owner’s tax guide & self-assessment for Ireland.

Got a property to rent out in Ireland but worried about the responsibilities of being a landlord?

Property taxes, for example, are a complicated business, especially if you are a new landlord.

While thinking about getting your real estate ready to rent it out, managing the rental process, and choosing the right tenant, it’s too easy to forget about tax.

Understanding your Irish property tax liabilities, which expenses you can claim, and everything else that landlords have to think about can be intimidating.

That’s where this guide comes in. We will answer key questions about Irish tax that every property owner needs to know.  

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How your mortgage can affect your buy-to-let property tax bill?

A buy-to-let mortgage is a type of mortgage taken by a person who purchases a property, not as a place to live, but rather as an investment.

Buy-to-let mortgages are different from ordinary residential mortgages because the amount you borrow does not depend on how much you earn.

The arrangement fees on buy-to-let mortgages may be more expensive and the interest rates tend to be higher as well.

In this guide, you will learn the basics of how buy-to-let mortgages work and how you can save money on the property tax.

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What is the history behind PTI? Q&A from our tax team.

When was “Property Tax International” created?

The idea was born in 2006.

We noticed that more and more people were purchasing property abroad and there was a gap in the market for a company that could organise and manage the tax requirements of international property owners.

We wanted to help people who have a property and rental income in France, Germany, Spain, Ireland, the UK, Poland, Hungary and the USA to meet their tax obligations.

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