Looking for a brief, practice-oriented overview of German, Austrian and CEE/SEE markets in order to create a preliminary basis for possible investment decisions? This content awaits you.
Focusing on Poland, you may learn i.a.
- which tax consequences are triggered by various deal types (asset deals, share deals, enterprise deals),
- what are the general taxation rules and restrictions on deductibility of financing costs.
If you need anything else to structure your initial investment model, please feel free to contact our expert – Małgorzata Dankowska.
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Real estate investments 2021 by CBRE & TPA
Real estate as a form of investment has always been high in demand. In addition to private investors, it is in particular the institutional investors and investors such as banks, insurance companies, pension insurance funds or international (open and/or closed) funds that welcome the opportunity to add a real estate element to their investments. And these real estate investments have increased steadily over the past few years.
Where you should make your real estate investments
In the brand-new brochure, which is available for the fourth time in a row, TPA and CBRE offer information, which primarily focuses on investment opportunities in Germany, Austria and the CEE/SEE region for 2021.
It is intended to provide the institutional investor with a brief, practice-oriented overview of the individual countries in order to create a preliminary basis for possible investment decisions. This brochure can also act as a motivation to look at certain countries, which have not been on the radar for most institutional investors until now. In particular some smaller countries in the CEE region still offer very interesting returns and opportunities.
This content awaits you
Each local market is subject to its own technological, social and demographic dynamics, this brochure offers a real estate investment market overview of the following countries: Albania Austria Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Germany Hungary Montenegro Poland Romania Serbia Slovakia Slovenia.
The tax overview shows aspects which are essential with regard to real estate transactions in the target market. Tax legislation is currently subject to many changes, which can be traced back to stricter measures on the EU and/or OECD level, in particular.
COVID-19 & Real Estate Investments
The COVID-19 crisis and the potential effects on the international economy are also in 2021 a challenge for real estate investors. Therefore, the brochure provides brief country-by-country information concerning COVID-19 tax-related relief measures.
Order your digital edition of Real Estate Investment 2021 here!
Real estate and taxation expert Gerald Kerbl conducted the real estate investment study with CBRE experts.