Homes For Sale Iceland

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Reykjavík, Reykjavíkurborg, Iceland has been selling homes for sale Iceland since 2002. Find property for sale from all over Iceland, search real estate listings from owners, agents, developers and hotel owners. You will find a selection of land for sale ideal for building a new home in Iceland or investment.

Selling Icelandic Property offer exposure to international visitors seeking to buy a home for holidays/vacation, relocation, second home overseas or investment. Visited by UK, USA and European buyers, you can advertise your listings from Iceland with our service

Land for sale in Iceland

Use to find building plot land for development in good location near Reykholt, in quiet setting and great view on Hekla and glaciers and river. Find land for sale near visitor attractions like Geysir and Gulfoss.
Investing in Iceland real estate

Rental Income: Nonresidents earning rental income are taxed at a flat rate of 20%. Only 70% of the gross rent is taxable for income earned from leasing residential properties.

Investment Property Iceland

Capital Gains: Capital gains are taxed either as business income.
Inheritance: Inheritance, tax is imposed on the share of the beneficiary at 10%, with an exemption for the first ISK1,500,000 (€10,490) of the share.
Residents: Residents are taxed on their worldwide income.
A great site for investors where you can find independant statistics about Iceland can be found at
Iceland rural properties for sale

Homes For Sale Iceland

Iceland include:

2 storey villa in Seydisfjordur
6 bedroom property in Faskrudsfjordur
2 bed apartments Ólafsfjordur
Large 4 bed house in Dalvik

Living in Iceland

The rental market in Iceland is tough. It’s not easy to secure an affordable room in central Reykjavik. There are single rooms that can go for 70,000ISK. If you’re looking for a studio or one bedroom apartment, the going rates could be shocking. It’s very, very expensive to live in Iceland. Below are a couple of websites where you can check out available rooms. Also, because Reykjavik is more popular than ever, there is a lot of competition for rooms. Locals, exchange students and new immigrants are all after the same rooms/apartments.
Jenna Gottlieb is a New Yorker and journalist that moved to Iceland in 2012 to be with her Icelandic husband. You can check out some of her Iceland-related writing at and a Facebook page 
Jenna top 5 hints about moving and living in Iceland

Buying a house in Iceland

Property buying transaction costs are very minimal from 2.40% to 3.40%. The buyer shoulders all costs when buying property, which include real estate agent’s fee, stamp duty, and registration fee. Real estate agents’ commissions are 1.5 to 2.5 percent of the sales price, with a value-added tax of 25.5 percent on the commission. Transaction costs include a stamp duty equal to 0.8 percent of the home’s official government valuation, according to Andri Sigurdsson, a licensed broker for REMAX Lind Iceland. He added that most mortgage lenders charge origination fees of 0.5 to 1 percent of the amount borrowed.
Reykjavik property

Iceland’s capital and largest city, which is home to fewer than 200,000 people, has colour and charm enough to captivate anyone. Prices are highest in Reykjavik’s city center, although some waterfront homes in other parts of Reykjavik also command top property prices. Iceland has a small number of foreign buyers from Europe, Asia and beyond. “Outside of Europe, the buyers are mainly individuals from the United States,
One of the major population centers in the north Akureyri is notable for the beauty of both the town itself and the natural surroundings.
Borgarfjordur Eystri Real Estate
The Borgarfjörður region, on the coast about 70 km from Egilsstaðir, is known for its great natural beauty. The village has around 100 inhabitants. Borgarfjörður is famous for the good hiking trails named “Víknaslóðir” leading to the deserted fjords and coves, Víkur, and to Loðmundarfjörður.
Recent listings include guesthouses and apartments in East Iceland in Borgarfjordur Eystri – Listed by: Owner or Private A beautiful guesthouse in East Iceland for sale. This guesthouse is located in a meticulously renovated fish factory in the center of Bakkagerdi in Borgarfjordur eystri.
More areas where has help sell Iceland Property include:

Kjos Real Estate Listings
Akranes Real Estate Listings
Hafnarfjordur Real Estate Listings
Kirkjubæjarklaustur Real Estate Listings
Laugarvatn Real Estate
Mosfellsbaer Real Estate Listings
Reyðarfjörður Real Estate Listings
Saudarkrokur Real Estate Listings
Town Of Akureyri Real Estate

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