How does Brexit affect real estate transactions in Austria?

Well, a Brelocation is probably easier right now than it would be in two years' time. Currently, natural persons holding an EU passport or companies domiciled in the UK and under control of UK citizens are treated as domestic real estate investors. With respect to Austrian real property (other than land used for agriculture or forestry) this basically means that the direct or indirect acquisition of real property, (...)

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The impact of Brexit on Real Estate in Poland

United Kingdom real estate funds are the third most active investors in the Polish real estate market, following only funds from the U.S. and Germany. The new (and unexpected) reality of Brexit is a prime concern for industry participants at various levels: (...)

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Brexit: What's next for real estate developers, contractors and funders in CEE

The UK referendum has resulted in much work for pundits, not least because there is little certainty when, if at all, the UK will cease to be an EU Member State and what the legal and political framework of its relationship with the EU will be going forward. This note looks at the impact of Brexit real estate developers, constructors and funders projects in CEE and suggests actions that companies should be taking to mitigate any potential negative effects.

 

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