Capital Gains Tax is a flat rate of 5% on final agreed sale price, but there are exemptions. There is stamp duty on property sales between 1-4%, paid by the buyer.
There are no property taxes, but there are corporate and income taxes. The tax system is based currently on source rather than residency. This may change. Always check details up front with your agent, legal or tax advisor.
Visitors need a visa to enter Zimbabwe and passports need to be valid for at least six months from the date of arrival, with UK government recommending the passport has at least three blank pages in case you need to leave at short notice via a neighbouring country. British passport holders can obtain a visa on arrival valid for 30 days as a tourist. There is a cost, currently US$50 for Single Entry and US$70 for Double entry visa (inc. service charge). You can apply to have visas renewed or extended via Government of Zimbabwe. Check visa charges, terms & conditions before travelling.
There is an Investor Residence Permit option. Fees, terms & conditions apply.
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