The taxation of capital gains on foreign real estate varies from country to country. Each country has its own tax laws and regulations regarding the taxation of capital gains on properties owned by non-residents.
In some countries, non-residents may be subject to tax on capital gains from the sale of foreign real estate. The tax rate and calculation method can differ, and in some cases, there may be exemptions or special provisions based on factors such as the duration of ownership, type of property, or residency status.
It is essential to consult with a tax professional or seek guidance from the tax authorities of the specific country where the foreign real estate is located to understand the taxation rules and obligations thoroughly.