Line 396 – Home Buyers' Tax Credit

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You may be entitled to this tax credit if you were resident in Québec on December  31, 2019 (or on the day in 2019 you ceased to be resident in Canada), and, in 2019, either:

  • you or your spouse bought a qualifying home for the first time and you intend to make it your principal residence (note that you are considered to have bought a home for the first time if, in 2019 or the previous four years, you did not live in another home that you or your spouse owned); or
  • you bought a qualifying home and intend to make it the principal residence of someone related to you who has a disability. The residence must either:
    • be more accessible for the disabled person or set up to help the person be more mobile or functional, or
    • provide an environment better suited to the person's personal needs and care.

The maximum tax credit is $750 for a qualifying home. You can split the amount between everyone who is eligible to claim the credit for the same qualifying home.

For the complete list of conditions and to calculate the amount of the credit, complete form TP-752.HA-V, Home Buyers' Tax Credit.

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Home Buyers' Tax Credit (TP-752.HA-V)

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