VLT HIGH-END PROPERTIES LTD Reg. No. 870 & Licence No. 435/E
How Much Is Property Tax In Cyprus ?

How Much Is Property Tax In Cyprus ?

Legal & Financial Tuesday, 02 April, 2019

Under the Cyprus Immovable Property Tax Laws all property owners, are liable to pay an annual tax based on the total value of all the immovable property registered in their name.

Cyprus property tax is calculated on the market value of the property as at 1st of January 1980 and must be paid annually to the Inland Revenue Department.

Individual owners are exempt from this tax if the 1980 value of their property is less than €12,500.

Every registered owner whose immovable property value exceeds €120,000 is required to submit a declaration of Immovable Property (IR301 and IR302) and must pay the respective tax every year before the end of September.

Immovable Property Tax Rates are as below :

Assessed 1980 Property Value Annual Property Tax Rate Accumulated Tax (Max)
€1 to €12,500 Nil €0
€12,501 to €40,000 0.60% €240
€40,001 to €120,000 0.80% €880
€120,001 to €170,000 0.90% €1,330
€170,001 to €300,000 1.10% €2,760
€300,001 to €500,000 1.30% €5,360
€500,001 to €800,000 1.50% €9,860
€800,001 to €3.000,000 1.70% €47,260
More than €3.000,000 1.90%


Those owning property whose total 1980 value exceeds €12,500 will pay tax on their total 1980 value.

The changes brought about by the final set of amendments for the current tax year:

Remove the minimum IPT payment of €75.

Exempt owners of properties whose total 1980 value is no more than €12,500 from IPT.

Owners of properties whose 1980 value exceeds €12,500 will pay tax on their total 1980 value and will not benefit from the €12,500 exemption.

How much Immovable Property Tax (IPT) will I pay?

The amount of tax you pay will be calculated by an Inland Revenue officer and will be based on the total 1980 value of all the properties registered in your name as shown on their Title Deeds – or more correctly the ‘Certificate of Registration of Immovable Property’ – in Greek ‘Πιστοποιητικό Εγγραφής Ακίνητης Ιδιοκτησίας’.

For example, if a property is registered in a single name and has a 1980 value of €60,000, its owner will be asked to pay:

On the first €40,000 – 0.6% = €240

On the remaining €20,000 – 0.8% = €160

Total IPT payable = €400

If the same property is registered in joint names (e.g. between a husband and wife) each of their IPT liability will be calculated on half the 1980 value – €30,000 – and each will be asked to pay:

On their half share (€30,000) – 0.6% = €180

Total IPT payable by both joint owners – €360 (€180 each)



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