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Real Estate / Real Estate Taxation

Barnea & Co. provides comprehensive legal guidance in relation to tax planning and all of the diverse tax issues that arise in relation to real-estate transactions.

 

Our experienced team at Barnea & Co. provides its expertise to clients regarding all types of municipal taxation, including building and development permits and betterment levies. Clients also refer to our firm for professional counseling in transactions relating to the various tax assessment proceedings, including the filing of objections and appeals.

 

Barnea & Co. furthermore provides advice in relation to various issues pertaining to betterment tax and purchase tax, exemptions and allowances applicable to these taxes, tax planning, as well as guidance in relation to tax issues that arise during complex transactions, such as combination transactions, real-estate purchasing consortiums, sales of privately owned land and agricultural lands.

 

Adv. Ariel Nadler, the head of Barnea & Co’s Real Estate Department, manages and coordinates all tax aspects involved in all of the various types of real-estate transactions being handled by our firm.

 

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News and updates - Real Estate / Real Estate Taxation:


March 30, 2018

Israel Wants to Be First Country to Collect Tax Via Airbnb

Harel Perlmutter, Head of our Tax Department, was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA following the announcement of Israel's plans to tax Airbnb hosts directly through the service’s website. 

February 15, 2018

Tax Authority Defines Rent Earned from Leasing 10 Apartments or more as Business Income

The Israel Tax Authority (ITA) recently published a draft circular for public comment on the issue of classifying residential rent income. The ITA states that, according to its reasoning, income from the leasing of 10 or more apartments should be deemed business income.

December 19, 2017

Changes in the Taxation of Sales of Residential Apartments

A number of changes in the taxation of residential apartment sales will come into effect on January 2018.

Real Estate / Real Estate Taxation

Barnea & Co. provides comprehensive legal guidance in relation to tax planning and all of the diverse tax issues that arise in relation to real-estate transactions.

 

Our experienced team at Barnea & Co. provides its expertise to clients regarding all types of municipal taxation, including building and development permits and betterment levies. Clients also refer to our firm for professional counseling in transactions relating to the various tax assessment proceedings, including the filing of objections and appeals.

 

Barnea & Co. furthermore provides advice in relation to various issues pertaining to betterment tax and purchase tax, exemptions and allowances applicable to these taxes, tax planning, as well as guidance in relation to tax issues that arise during complex transactions, such as combination transactions, real-estate purchasing consortiums, sales of privately owned land and agricultural lands.

 

Adv. Ariel Nadler, the head of Barnea & Co’s Real Estate Department, manages and coordinates all tax aspects involved in all of the various types of real-estate transactions being handled by our firm.

 

Back to Real Estate

News and updates - Real Estate:


March 30, 2018

Israel Wants to Be First Country to Collect Tax Via Airbnb

Harel Perlmutter, Head of our Tax Department, was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA following the announcement of Israel's plans to tax Airbnb hosts directly through the service’s website. 

February 15, 2018

Tax Authority Defines Rent Earned from Leasing 10 Apartments or more as Business Income

The Israel Tax Authority (ITA) recently published a draft circular for public comment on the issue of classifying residential rent income. The ITA states that, according to its reasoning, income from the leasing of 10 or more apartments should be deemed business income.

December 19, 2017

Changes in the Taxation of Sales of Residential Apartments

A number of changes in the taxation of residential apartment sales will come into effect on January 2018.

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