× Caribbean Regional Statistics Square Meter Prices Rental Yields Rents Price/Rent Ratio Price/GDP per Cap Buy/Sell Costs Rental Income Tax Capital Gains Tax Price Change 1 yr Price Change 5 yrs Price Change 10 yrs Landlord & Tenant Law GDP Per Capita GDP/Cap Growth 1 yr GDP/Cap Growth 5 yrs Economic Freedom Competitiveness Property Rights Index Currency +/- Value Taxes on Residents Move to Region ... Asia Europe Africa Caribbean Pacific Middle East North America Latin America Capital Gains Tax (Effective) in Caribbean Home Caribbean Capital Gains Tax (Effective) Footnote | Export Sort: Alphabetically | Ascending Rank | Descending Rank Click name of country for detailed information Guadeloupe 33.30% Puerto Rico 29.00% Dom. Rep. 27.00% US Virgin Is. 20.00% Martinique 6.45% Anguilla 0.00% Neth. Antilles 0.00% BVI 0.00% Turks & C. Is. 0.00% Belize 0.00% St Vincent & G 0.00% Bahamas 0.00% St Lucia 0.00% Antigua 0.00% Cayman Is. 0.00% Montserrat 0.00% Bermuda 0.00% Trinidad & T. 0.00% Jamaica 0.00% Barbados 0.00% St Martin 0.00% Grenada 0.00% Aruba 0.00% St Kitts and Nevis 0.00% Dominica 0.00% Caribbean: Capital gains taxes (%). In arriving at effective capital gains tax rates, the Global Property Guide makes the following assumptions: The property is directly and jointly owned by husband and wife; They have owned it for 10 years; It is their only source of capital gains in the country It has appreciated in value by 100% over the 10 years to sale The property was worth US$250,000 or 250,000 at purchase. It is not their sole or principal residence. These assumptions are critical. In many countries a holding period of less than 5 years results in capital gains being taxable. But a longer holding period often results in no capital gains tax being payable. For more details see the Data FAQ Source: Global Property Guide Research, Contributing Accounting Firms Statistics for the Caribbean. Statistical work in the Caribbean is weak, and house price statistics are almost non-existent. The partial exception is the US Virgin Islands, which benefits from a multiple listings system.