Investors and rental owners
Yes. As per CRA, Starting with the 2016 tax year, individuals who sell their principal residence will have to report the sale on Schedule 3, Capital Gains of the T1 Income Tax and Benefit Return. Reporting will be required for sales that occur on or after January 1, 2016.
NOTE: If your home is and has been your principal residence when you sell it, you don’t have to pay any capital gains tax. This is due to the Principal Residence Exemption.
To report you Capital Gains/Losses, please see the following link:
For more information, please see:
- Do You Have to Pay Capital Gains When You Sell Your Home?
- Reporting the sale of your principal residence for individuals (other than trusts)
- What Can I Claim When Selling a Home?
- Principal residence and other real estate (CRA)
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