Tax Implications for Resident and Foreign Investors in the UAE Real Estate

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Real estate is a thriving and dynamic sector within the UAE’s economy. This sector is an important source of foreign direct investment to sustain the UAE’s continuous growth, attracting many investors worldwide each year.

The treatment of income from immovable property under the new UAE Corporate Income Tax (UAE CIT) is, however, complex. An accurate analysis of the impact of UAE CIT on this sector is, therefore, crucial for both UAE and non-UAE individuals and companies to maximise their investment strategies.

The infographics below help you navigate the intricacies of the UAE CIT and its impact on your real estate investment strategy, whether you decide to invest in immovable properties in the UAE mainland or any of the over 40 UAE Free Zones.

Aurifer published a more extensive article on UAE CIT and Immovable Property. You can access and download it here.

Get in touch with our team of experts if you want to maximise your growth strategy by investing in the UAE’s thriving real estate market.

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