In Montenegro there are 120,000 empty flats

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In Montenegro, there are about 120 thousand empty, temporarily unoccupied flats, which are mainly rented, and State is losing 32 million euro on tax on annual basis. If we assume that average cost of rent is 250 euro, and tax rate is nine percent, per one rented flat, anyone who rents an apartment should pay a tax of approximately 270 eur. Although from National Bureau of Statistics , announced number of tenants in Montenegro for end of last year, the statistics do not exist yet.

Data on grounds of number of household that use flats and thus the tenants are not available yet.

If the state, as expected, charged tax from all who rent flat, in state budget would  interflow 2.7 million monthly on that basis. And for year even 32.4 million.

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