Investing in Dubai vs. France: Understanding the Tax Implications

When it comes to choosing where to invest in real estate, understanding the tax implications in each country is crucial. Investing in Dubai offers attractive tax benefits for residents. In Dubai, you benefit from total tax freedom, including no tax on rental income, wealth, property capital gains, and inheritance. However, for French residents, investing in Dubai also presents financial advantages. In Dubai, the notary fees, known as DLD, are 4% compared to approximately 7% in France, making investment more accessible. Moreover, under the tax treaty between our two countries, rental income generated from property in Dubai is offset by a tax credit in France. This represents significant savings for French investors, avoiding taxation that could reach up to 62.2% on real estate properties in France (taxes + social contributions). Here's a video with more technical explanations from our tax advisor: It is therefore essential for French investors to seriously consider the option of investing in Dubai. Not only does this offer significant tax advantages, but it can also contribute to diversifying their investment portfolio and accessing international growth opportunities. Choosing the right location for real estate investment requires a deep understanding of tax implications. Our team is here to help you navigate this process and make informed decisions for your investment projects in Dubai. Contact us today for a personalized consultation!

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