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Real Estate Tax

Astute tax and structuring advice in the context of real estate transactions is critically important to sophisticated real estate investors and funders.

We field an experienced and commercial team who advise on structuring both domestic and cross-border real estate transactions.

We act for a variety of market participants on real estate investments, securitisations, joint ventures, limited partnerships, fund establishment (both cross-border and domestic), IPOs of real estate companies, leasing structures and mergers and acquisitions in the real estate sector.

In addition to domestic matters in the major jurisdictions, we are particularly adept at advising on cross-border matters, drawing on the resources of our 100 strong global tax group.  

News and insights

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Publications: 01 December 2022

Podcast: Selecting your Fund Domicile: Channel Islands - Part II: Jersey

The next podcast in the Channel Islands series of Selecting your Fund Domicile focuses on topical fund trends in Jersey and features Sophie Reguengo, a Jersey based partner at Ogier.

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Publications: 03 November 2022

European regulation provides a model for Net Zero real estate

Europe’s real estate decarbonisation rules are among the most stringent in the world. By focusing on efficiency – and allocating responsibility for funding upgrades – they offer an example to follow.

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Publications: 26 January 2022

National Security and Investment Act 2021: Impact on Real Estate

The National Security and Investment Act 2021 (NSIA) came in to force on 4 January 2022. We consider the risks posed to real estate investors and the implications for the real estate sector in the…

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Publications: 07 May 2021

It’s coming after all: German real estate transfer tax reform on so called “share deals” adopted today

After much back and forth, the legislature (with the approval of the German Federal Council today) decided on the real estate transfer tax reform with effect from 1 July 2021.

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