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Report: Guide to Taxes on Real Estate in Central and Eastern Europe

Report: Guide to Taxes on Real Estate in CEE

The real estate market in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) is growing and is expected to expand in the next decade. For now the retail and office sectors are the most preferred, but the industrial and logistics sectors look to be the main drivers of the property markets in the future, according to international property advisors. Poland remains the most popular area of investment in real estate in the region.


Partner, Tax, Head of Tax M&A Group

KPMG in Poland


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