Brexit deal: Britons could face increased property taxes on second homes in Europe

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It read: “Everything that the British public was promised during the 2016 referendum and in the general election last year is delivered by this deal.

“We have taken back control of our money, borders, laws, trade and our fishing waters.”

With the property market due to shift next year due to the end of the stamp duty holiday and the furlough scheme, many have been concerned about how Brexit could impact overseas property owners.

So what does Brexit mean for your holiday home abroad, and what about if you want to buy a property abroad in 2021?

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