Foreigners with Property in Singapore

Foreigners are required to pay property tax and tax on income earned from rental of property.

Property-Related Income Taxes

Foreigners that own property in Singapore may earn income by renting out their property or by selling their property. For details, please refer to:

Rental Tax Rates Applicable to Foreigners

Net rental income earned by foreigners who are tax residents of Singapore are taxed at resident rates.

Net rental income earned by foreigners who are non-residents are taxed at the prevailing non-resident rate of 22% (20% prior to Year of Assessment 2017).

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