Question 1: Do I meet the tax refund requirements as long as I study for two years or work for one year after buying a house?
It cannot be judged so simply. The tax bureau has strict regulations. You must have been studying full time or working full time on or before the closing date of the house, and then you must have studied for two years or worked for one year. To meet the tax refund requirements
Question 2: I was studying full-time before buying a house and working full-time one year after buying the house. Do I meet the tax refund requirements?
Question 3: The school I study in is 2 hours drive from the house I bought. Am I eligible for the tax refund?
Question 4. The house I bought is a transferred off-the-plan property. At what price should I pay the overseas buyers tax? And how to get tax refund?
Question 5: After I bought a house, due to some reasons, I rented out part of the house. Can I still get a refund of the foreign buyer tax?
Question 6. After I bought a house, due to some reasons, I did not move in within 60 days after handing over the house. Will this affect my tax refund?
Question 7. The house I bought is in my name and that of one of my parents. Can I refund the overseas buyer tax?
Question 8. During my studies, I have part time in certain semesters for some reason. Can I still get a tax refund?