Non-US investors in US real estate: tax challenges and solutions
Investment in US real estate by non-US investors is increasing. Non-US investors acquired almost $23bn (£13bn) in US real estate, representing a nine per cent increase over 2012 and accounting for 13 per cent of all real-estate transactions in the US from January through August 2013.
Given this trend, real-estate investment advisers and others involved in real-estate transactions in the US need to understand how to structure these investments in the most tax-efficient manner possible…
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