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# What is the property transfer tax in Ontario and BC?

The general property transfer tax rate is: 1% of the fair market value up to and including \$200,000. 2% of the fair market value greater than \$200,000 and up to and including \$2,000,000. 21 нояб. 2021 г.

## What is Ontario land transfer tax rate?

0.5% of the value of the property up to and including \$55,000. 1% of the value which exceeds \$55,000 up to and including \$250,000. 1.5% of the value which exceeds \$250,000 up to and including \$400,000.

## How are transfer taxes calculated in BC?

First, calculate the general property transfer tax:11% of the fair market value up to and including \$200,000 = \$2,000.22% of the fair market value greater than \$200,000 and up to and including \$2,000,000 = \$16,000 (\$1,000,000 - \$200,000 = \$800,000 X 2% = \$16,000)Calculation examples for the property transfer tax - Gov. bc. ca

## How do I avoid land transfer tax in BC?

The two most notable ways to avoid property transfer tax by form of an exemption are:1First Time Home Buyer Property Transfer Tax Exemption.2Newly Built Home PTT Exemption.Property Transfer Tax BC: 2021 PTT Calculator, Exemptions & Cost ...

## How much is property transfer tax in BC for first time home buyers?

In most of Canada, real estate Buyers pay Property Transfer Tax (“PTT”). In BC, it is calculated at 1% on the first \$200,000, 2% of the fair market value (usually the purchase price) in excess of \$200,000 and 3% on the purchase price over \$2,000,000.

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