Below is a general guide to the taxes you are liable to pay with regard to property or land transactions in Cape Verde. When you sell property in Cape Verde there are no property taxes to pay. However property purchase is subject to the following taxes:
This is charged at a flat rate of 3% of the property value and is paid prior to the signing of the deed of purchase and sale.
This tax is charged at a flat rate of 3% on 25% of the value of the property and is paid annually every April (or in two installments in April and September).
Any inherited or gift property is taxed at a flat rate of 3% on the attributed value of the property.
For more detailed tax information, please contact us and speak with a specialist Cape Verde property advisor.
Get the latest property news and the best investment opportunities.
Cape Verde Emerges as Tourist Hotspot in 2014
Cape Verdean economic freedom greatest of all Portuguese language countries
"Real bargains" on offer in Cape Verde property market
Cape Verde property has "great potential"
"Bright future" for Cape Verde real estate market
Cape Verde's Sal 'a good option' for property investors
All property news from Cape Verde
Subscribe to our RSS Feed
Fill out a requirements form and our experts will help you find a great selection of properties for sale in Cape Verde.
Help me find property in Cape Verde
Considering a property purchase in Cape Verde or need to transfer currency to/from Cape Verde?
Save Thousands in Currency Transfers
When considering a buying property in Cape Verde, you are well advised to get expert mortgage advice from a mortgage broker.
Get a mortgage quote in Cape Verde
Owners Direct is one of the UK's leading direct from owner rental websites and the first choice for holiday home owners who want a cost effective and easy way to fully book their properties.
Find out more
If you own or are about to purchase property in Cape Verde, you get an insurance quote using our online insurance quote form.
Get Insurance in Cape Verde
Do you have your British assets covered by a will?
Do you have your movable foreign assets covered by a will?
Have you made plans to protect your family in the event of your death?
Get more information on Wills
Everything you need to know about transferring your UK Pension is in our downloadable guide.
Get more information on Pensions
Boa Vista Property
Santo Antao Property
Sao Vicente Property