The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) has develop an advanced Real Estate Transaction Platform available on its website. The updated platform aims to improve the quality and level of the services provided by ZATCA to taxpayers and streamline them in a self-serving and prompt manner.
The Platform provides numerous real estate transaction tax (RETT) services that include registration of new property requests before conveyance or contract documentation at the Ministry of Justice, providing the status of the property being subject to tax.
The platform also provides the service of updating the RETT request. This step enables the amendment of the real estate registration request before conveyance or contract documentation. It also verifies the real estate registration requests, where the taxpayer can check the status of the registration request in the RETT service and know the status of the property being subject to tax and the status of payment. In addition, the service also allows canceling the property registration request, so that taxpayers can cancel the request to register the property in the RETT platform and recover the amount of tax in the event that payment has been made in advance.
The Authority has called on taxpayers and interested parties to visit the RETT platform by clicking here, and learn everything that concerns RETT taxpayers.
The Authority also published, in conjunction with the platform's update, a user guide, explaining how to use the RETT platform and its services. To view and download the guide, you can visit the website by clicking on the guide link.
To help businesses and individuals meet their tax, zakat, and customs requirements in a more streamlined manner, the Authority has developed the RETT platform, among other electronic services.
In the meantime, ZATCA called on taxpayers and interested parties who have any inquiries, to reach out via its 24/7 call center hotline (19993), via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Customer Care Twitter account (Zatca_Care@) or by instant messages on its website (zatca.gov.sa).