Taxable income if you live in Sweden and own and let real estate or a tenant-owner’s flat in another country or in Sweden
The link below provides information to you who are resident in Sweden, according to the applicable tax treaty, and own and let a tenant-owner’s flat or a one-family or two-family property used for private purposes in another country. For additional information about the taxation in the country where the real estate/tenant owner flat is situated, please contact the Tax Administration in that country.
The same rules also apply for real estate and tenant-owner’s flats situated in Sweden, even though the links below only address real estate etc. situated in another country.
The link below are only applicable if you are resident in Sweden according to the tax treaty between Sweden and your former country of residence, and the expression resident in Sweden in the text below refers to that fact. If you are a resident in your former country of residence, other rules may apply. Information is given under the heading “Residence”.
>> Taxable income if you live in Sweden and own and let real estate or a tenant-owner’s flat in another country
The link above provides information about the main rules applicable. If you are employed by a foreign employer, other rules may apply. Please note that you may be regarded as resident in your former country of residence for tax purpose, e.g. if your family still lives in the other country. In order to receive correct information, it must be emphasised that links must be read together with the information provided in the text below the headings for each part. For additional information, please contact the Swedish Tax Agency (www.skatteverket.se) or the Tax Administration in your former country of residence, see link “Other languages”.