Loan for the owner-occupied home with family, your private company or a bank not established in the Netherlands
After 1 January 2013, did you take out a loan for your owner-occupied home with a loan provider who is not obliged to inform us of any details? Such as a family member, your private company or a bank not established in the Netherlands? And are you obliged to repay the loan in order to qualify for tax relief? In that case, you pass this information on to us via your income tax return. If you fail to do so, you will not be entitled to (mortgage) interest relief.
When not to provide us with details
In any of the following situations, you do not need to provide us your (loan) details:
- You took out a loan for your owner-occupied home with a bank or other financial institution in the Netherlands. They are obliged to send us the loan details.
- You took out the loan for a holiday home.
- The loan does not meet the conditions, for example because you do not repay the loan within 30 years.
- The loan has ended because you have paid the last instalment. You do not need to inform us that the loan has ended.