07 November 2019

Investing Down Under: Investing in Australian real estate – A guide for global investors

For those considering investing in Australian real estate assets, Investing Down Under offers an overview of the initial legal, taxation and structuring issues you may need to consider. There is also a summary of key practical considerations and risk mitigation strategies often used in the acquisition of direct or indirect interests in Australian real estate assets.

Of course, this guide is not is not an exhaustive analysis or a replacement for tailored professional advice.

If you would like more information or to discuss your investment options, simply contact a member of our team. 

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