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Maine Real Estate laws

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Maine is one of the states in the US, where the government collects a state death tax,

which is collected upon the transfer of an estate of the deceased individual.

To all the individuals owning a property, either residential or a commercial one, and

to all the non residential individuals with a real estate are subject to state estate taxes.

Changes in the tax guidelines:

The Maine real estate laws have changed over the past few years.

Some of them are as follows:

  • Maine estate tax will be applicable to the value of the estate.
  • The estate tax, that should be paid according to the real estate law increased up to $2,000.000.

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