Good news for real estate in Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit
Hello again! I want to share really great news regarding the tax resolutions for real estate purchases.
The Mexican government has clarified and amended the resolutions published on July 4th, 2014 as follows:
Non Mexican Sellers are not required to obtain the CURP nor the RFC to sell a property unless they wish to attempt exempting capital gains (in that case, the requirements are the same: permanent residency, bills to prove the property is their primary household, RFC and the letter from SAT –formato 36- acknowledging the seller as a permanent resident for tax purposes).
*Mexican Sellers will have to provide a copy of their CURP and RFC prior to closing.
Purchasers will no longer have to attain Temporary Residency. Notaries will use a generic CURP.
Purchasers will be issued an RFC with a Tourist Visa. The purchaser will have to attend a quick meeting at SAT with his/her Passport, Tourist Visa, and evidence of domicile from Mexico (any utility bill).
Please share this information with your clients and let me know if you have any questions!
I will continue to inform you of updates regarding this matter.
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