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For the owners or the candidates for the property, the property tax continues to increase. The point with the journalist Dorothée Lachaudpresent, Friday, September 23, on the set of 19/20.
The property tax increased in 2022: +13.1 % in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhone), + 11.6 % in Tours (Indre et Loire) or + 10 % in Pau (Pyrenees-Atlantiques). “The main reason for this increase is inflation. Each year, the cadastral bases, which allow the tax authorities to calculate your tax, are revalued according to the evolution of prices“, explains the journalist Dorothée Lachaudpresent, Friday, September 23, on the set of 19/20. They increase by 3.4% in 2022, “unheard of since 1989″.
In addition, the local authorities, which benefit from the tax, vote on the rate. Which explains why he have flared up in some cities. In 2023, the increase could be even greater. “Also due to inflation, cadastral bases could increase by almost 7% in 2023, bad news for 30 million owners, which would be added to gas and electricity bills, unless the government decides to cap increases“, continues the journalist. This is not planned, but the debate could be launched in the National Assembly to limit the impact on purchasing power.