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Poland: New measures proposed for real estate rental market (SRWN)

Poland: Measures proposed for real estate rental market

The Ministry of Finance has published new draft rules regarding companies operating in the real estate rental market, and that would make significant changes to a previous draft proposal.


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According to the explanatory notes, the aim of the new measures would be to introduce provisions that would allow for the development of companies operating in the real estate rental market (“SRWN”—the Polish acronym for entities that are similar to real estate investment trusts (REITs) in other countries) and that would encourage the involvement of domestic private capital in the market. 

The expected benefits from implementation of the new rules include:

  • Popularization of investments in the real estate market, especially among individual investors, due to a preferential taxation regime for income derived from investments in SRWNs 
  • Development of the domestic capital market


Read a June 2017 report [PDF 346 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland

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