In the course of enforcement, the debtor's property is usually auctioned or awarded to the creditor, so does the court have to pay the intermediary fee after the compulsory transfer? What are the specific standards for compulsory transfer? Let's have a look.
Does the court have to pay the intermediary fee after the compulsory transfer? 1. Deed tax: the current policy is: 1% under 90 square meters for residential buildings; 1.5% between 90-144 for residential buildings; 3% for the rest, whether residential or non residential buildings
2. Business tax: according to the number of years of your real estate certificate, you should be exempted. Specific provisions: residential property certificate issued within five years of sale, according to the transaction price (if the transaction price is obviously low, according to the appraisal price). Business tax (5.5% in some places) shall be levied at the rate of 5%; business tax shall be exempted if the residential property certificate is sold after 5 years; business tax shall be levied at the rate of 5% of the transaction price if the non residential property certificate is sold within 5 years; business tax shall be levied at the rate of 5% of the difference between the transaction price and the original transaction price if the non residential property certificate is sold after 5 years.
3. Income tax: if the house property certificate is issued for sale within 5 years, the income tax shall be levied at 1% of the transaction price (in some places, the income tax shall be levied at 20% of the difference between the transaction price and the original transaction price, or one of the above two situations); if the house property certificate is issued for sale after 5 years, if it can prove that the seller is selling the only house for family living, the income tax can be exempted!!
4. Stamp duty: residential area less than 90 square meters is exempted; others are charged at 0.05% of the transaction price!!
5. Assessment fee: if you don't need a mortgage, you should not need assessment. The assessment fee is generally less than 5 & permil. There are three cases: if there is no mortgage, there may be no need to assess, so there is no assessment fee; if there is mortgage, there may be assessment fee included in the intermediary fee; or the real estate transaction center may collect it directly from the applicant when the transaction is transferred. )
6. Intermediary fee: you don't need an intermediary to transfer your ownership. If the sale of a house must involve an intermediary (if you need a mortgage, you may have to find an intermediary), the intermediary fee is generally 0.5-2.5%; if you only need an intermediary to handle the property certificate, you only need to pay about 200 yuan!!
7. Other fees: some places may also involve cost of production, registration fee, transaction fee, etc., but the amount is small. Land transfer fee for housing reform: it is paid according to local policies, which vary from place to place.
House property certificate processing process calculation, such as the house property certificate in more than 5 years, you through the sale of transfer fees is not high! No gift transfer, but also notarized what so troublesome!!
Ordinary residence: property certificate less than 5 years: business tax transaction price 5.5%; 1% personal income tax; stamp tax 0.1%; deed tax 3% (first purchase 1.5%).
For ordinary houses that have been sold for five years, 5.5% of the difference between the sale price and the purchase price shall be paid as business tax; 0.1% of the stamp tax; 3% of the deed tax (1.5% for the first purchase); personal income tax: if the house sold is the only house for both husband and wife, it can also be exempted; transaction fee is 6 yuan / square meter; cost is 80 yuan.
Non ordinary residence: deed tax 3%; stamp tax 0.1%; business tax: if the house property certificate is issued less than 5 years, it needs to pay 5.5% business tax of transaction price; 1% personal income tax; 1% land proliferation tax. For ordinary houses that have been sold for five years, 5.5% of the difference between the sale price and the purchase price shall be paid as business tax, land increment tax shall be exempted, and personal income tax shall be exempted if the house sold is the only house for both husband and wife.