Reply To: Non-residents Property Tax?

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Anonymous
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If you sepnd more than 183 days in Spain excluding the day(s) of arrival(s) and departure(s) then you would be “normally” be classed as ordinarily resident in Spain.

Have a read of this

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/CNR/faqs_general.htm#3nr

But in any case you can’t have it both ways. You are not paying Spanish tax as you consider yourself a UK resident for tax purposes. So by definition you are not resident in Spain and hence need to pay non resident taxes on your property.

From what you say I would guess that you should be resident (for tax purposes) in either Italy or Spain, but not the UK.