Posts tagged as property


By Andrew Crossman | 15 August 2018

Taxing UK property gains of non-residents

The UK has one of the most complex tax codes in the world, clocking in at more than 10 million words. Earlier this month, draft legislation for capital gains tax for non-residents on UK property was published - adding at least another... Read More


By Russell Field | 27 December 2017

What is facing the global real estate market in 2018?

Globally, real estate markets are being impacted by numerous different social and economic influences – from housing crises in the UK and in the Netherlands to political activity in the US. The result is real estate markets that... Read More


By Sebastian Stevens | 20 June 2017

Sustainability in real estate: is it easy to be green?

With flooding on the rise in the UK and Europe, and Trump’s recent decision to back out of the Paris Accord (a decision that was swiftly followed by massive floods in the state of Missouri), the battle against climate change is... Read More


By Ophir Zilbiger | 08 May 2017

It's time for the Real Estate & Construction sector to wake up to cyber risk!

In 2016 cybercrime cost the global economy over $450 billion; over two billion personal records were stolen and, in the US alone, more than 100 million people had their medical records stolen.Thanks to attacks like this, cyber security... Read More


By Eugenio García | 08 March 2017

Urban Land Tax declared partially unconstitutional by Spanish courts

The Spanish Constitutional Court (hereinafter, “the Court”) issued a Judgment on 16 February 2017 in which it declared the tax commonly known as “plusvalía municipal” as partially in breach with Article 31.1 of... Read More


By Ian Shapiro | 13 February 2017

PropTech - is 2017 the year things change for the property industry?

2017 is set to be the year the floodgates open for PropTech in the global REC sector, and we’ve looked at some key technologies you should be keeping an eye on in the industry this year. Read More


By Arjan Endhoven | 17 November 2016

The Silver Lining: The impact of an ageing population on the global property market

Better nutrition, economic well-being, sanitation and healthcare have meant that we are living longer than ever before. In many places, the ageing population has highlighted issues of independence, or perhaps more correctly, dependency... Read More


By Russell Field | 24 June 2016

UK vote to leave the EU in a historic referendum. What does this mean for Real Estate investments?

The world’s eyes are on the UK following a monumental vote to Leave the EU in June 23 referendum Read More