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In the ever-changing landscape of commercial real estate, it can be difficult to know where to invest; when to sell and what to buy.  

The RSM Europe Real Estate Group proudly presents the newly updated Tax Guides. Developed in partnership with Nyenrode Business University, the guides provide European investors with an overview on real estate tax levies in 22 countries, offering an insight in where to invest in the specific market.

The guides follows the real estate cycle from acquiring, holding and selling commercial real estate that is held, directly or indirectly (e.g. through shares), by domestic or foreign natural persons and legal entities. Real estate can be held through a variety of structural entities such as registered and privately held corporations, investment funds, partnerships and trusts which is discussed in detail.

Please note these guides are designed to provide general information only and they do not constitute professional advice. For more specific information, please contact an RSM adviser.

Visit each country Real Estate Tax guide below to start exploring. We hope these guides provide you with a snapshot of information to help you consider your next steps and if you would like to explore in more detail, please contact one of our dedicated European Real Estate team advisers to benefit from tailored specialist tax knowledge.

RSM Europe Real Estate Tax Guides

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In the ever-changing landscape of commercial real estate, it can be difficult to know where to invest; when to sell and what to buy.  

The RSM European Real Estate Group proudly presents the newly updated Tax Guides. Developed in partnership with Nyenrode Business University, the guides provide European investors with an overview on real estate tax levies in 22 countries, offering an insight in where to invest in the specific market.

The guides follows the real estate cycle from acquiring, holding and selling commercial real estate that is held, directly or indirectly (e.g. through shares), by domestic or foreign natural persons and legal entities. Real estate can be held through a variety of structural entities such as registered and privately held corporations, investment funds, partnerships and trusts which is discussed in detail.

Please note these guides are designed to provide general information only and they do not constitute professional advice. For more specific information, please contact an RSM adviser.

Visit each country Real Estate Tax guide below to start exploring. We hope these guides provide you with a snapshot of information to help you consider your next steps and if you would like to explore in more detail, please contact one of our dedicated European Real Estate team advisers to benefit from tailored specialist tax knowledge.