In addition, real estate held abroad for personal use — such as a vacation home — need not be declared. But David Rotfleisch, tax lawyer with Rotfleisch & Samulovitch Professional Corp., warns the same property could become reportable if some or all of it is rented out during the year, or while not in use by the Canadian-resident owner.
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