Reply to Taxes if house is credit free

By PandaMunich,
No, if only you ever lived in it (and you didn't just, for example, leave it empty) the profit is always tax-free, even if you sell it the next day.   The 2 year period is for more complicated cases, i.e. if you let a relative live in the flat or had previously rented it out then you need to live afterwards in it yourself for those 2 years in order for the flat/house to get back the primary residence status, i.e. the tax-free status.
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