Tahir (anonymous)

I had a rental house in Hamilton. My tenants moved out in May 2019. Thereafter, I prepared the house for sale and got it listed for sale. The house was sold in 4 months. During this time, the house was vacant and I was paying the mortgage, utilities, property tax and insurance. Can these expenses be considered as Capital Expenses or Outlays While calculating Capital Gain? Secondly, should I show these expenses for the 4 months in the Statement of Real Estate Rentals T776(18) or not. Thank you.