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Capital Gains Tax on Residential Property
When disposing of a property that is not your home, e.g. a buy-to-let property or inherited property which you went on to let out, you must declare this to HMRC through a Capital Gains Tax on Residential Property account within 60 days of sale.
Inherited properties potentially suffer inheritance tax when they are first inherited but will be subject to Capital Gains Tax when the property is later sold. If this has not been used as your main residence for the whole period of ownership this will need to be declared through the residential property account.
You do not need to declare the capital gain or pay the tax when you sell your main home.