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09 February 2021 / article

Key tax aspects of Real Estate investments 2021

Are you looking to invest in real estate in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg or Switzerland? Our ‘Key tax aspects of real estate investments 2021’ publication gives you an overview of all the relevant tax aspects that should be taken into account when structuring real estate investments in our home markets.

Real Estate investments 2021

In today’s rapidly changing real estate market it is vital to ensure that market trends and developments are integrated in your strategy. This updated 2021 publication informs investors and their advisers about the main features of the real estate investment climate in our home markets (Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland) and the general tax aspects that should be taken into account when investing in real estate. This brief reference work provides an overview of the main attention points for tax-efficient structuring of investments in Dutch, Belgian, Luxembourgish and Swiss real estate opportunities by foreign corporate investors. It is not intended to be exhaustive and in addition to the structures presented other alternatives may be available.

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