You Purchased a New or Substantially Renovated Residential Rental Complex
- You purchased the complex in a single transaction.
- You paid the GST and QST when you purchased the complex.
- At least one residential unit in the complex is rented on a long-term basis (at least 12 months) as a primary place of residence.
- The fair market value (FMV) of each unit for which a rebate is being claimed is under $450,000 for GST purposes and under $225,000 for QST purposes.
In the case of a duplex, the FMV limit applies to the total FMV of the two units.
You can use our online estimator to determine the FMV of residential rental property or housing and to estimate your tax rebates.
The rebate can reach up to 36% of the taxes paid on each qualifying residential unit, for a maximum GST rebate of $6,300 and a maximum QST rebate of $7,182.
The amount of the rebate is progressively reduced when the purchase price or FMV of the new or substantially renovated residential unit is more than $350,000 for GST purposes and $200,000 for QST purposes.
There is no rebate once the purchase price or FMV reaches $450,000 for GST purposes or $225,000 for QST purposes.
You must file your rebate application no later than two years after the end of the month in which the taxes on your purchase become payable.
To apply for a rebate, file the following forms:
- For the GST, file form FP-524-V, New Residential Rental Property GST Rebate Application. If there are more than two units in the complex, also file form FP-525-V, New Residential Rental Property GST Rebate Application Supplement – Multiple Units.
- For the QST, file form VD-370.67-V, New Residential Rental Property QST Rebate.
- Only one GST rebate application can be submitted for a single residential complex, even if the complex is held in co-ownership.
- For the QST, all the co-owners must file their own separate rebate application based on their percentage of ownership.