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Pretty minimal, I am pleased to say as for the last 18 months of ownership you are deemed to be in residence even if this is not the case and Private Residence Relief (PRR) is extended. So 0.5 / 288 = so say 0.2 of 1% of any gain will be exposed to CGT.
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Calculated in months. I would not worry, by the time you have deducted your non cumulative Annual Exempt Amount (AEA) of 11.3K plus Lettings Relief (LR) up to 40K there will be no CGT to pay anyway.
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