In this issue, we turn the spotlight on the hospitality and leisure sector in some of the world’s key jurisdictions, focusing on topics that are intricately linked with real estate.
Also discussed in this issue are recent changes to the tax regime in Australia, which are particularly significant for international investors in Australian real estate. In our Japanese article, we examine the most common investment structures considered by foreign investors wishing to acquire property in Japan, some of which are unique to the country and have no equivalent in other developed legal systems.
The issue closes with a detailed look at the approach of the US Congress to encouraging overseas investment in US real estate, highlighting recent proposals to use international tax reform as a source of funding transportation infrastructure investment that have attracted bipartisan support in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
A selection of articles is below, alternatively you can download the full Real Estate Gazette Issue 21, in two formats:
We do hope you will enjoy reading our views, and if you would like more information on any of the topics featured in this issue, please do get in touch with the authors.