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Investing in rental property in Luxembourg: the experts' view
Investing in a buy-to-let in Luxembourg can be an alternative way of diversifying your savings while securing an additional income. But to ensure that the project is a success, there are a few essential questions to consider before you invest.
Buy-to-let is in demand
In an article by Pierre Sorlut, published on 25 November in its "Investments" supplement, Luxemburger Wort summarises the round table discussion on "Buy-to-let residential investment in Luxembourg: experts give their views" organised by Banque de Luxembourg.
Buy-to-let residential investments in Luxembourg: what's the situation?
Laurent Tremuth, the founder of Capital to Value, gives his expert point of view on this market, following the conference organised by Banque de Luxembourg.
Buy-to-let property investment in Luxembourg: what's the tax position?
When you are considering investing in a buy-to-let, you need to ask yourself a host of questions about the type of property, its situation, your budget, etc. And don’t forget the fees and tax aspects that will bump up the purchase price. With Anne-Lise Grandjean, Tax Adviser at Banque de Luxembourg, we discuss the ...
Buy-to-let property investment in Luxembourg: what's the best investment format?
Before investing in a buy-to-let, it is important to decide whether to buy in your own name or through a property investment company: an SCI (Société Civile Immobilière). Claude Medernach, Family Office Services Legal Adviser, discusses setting up an SCI, its tax treatment, advantages and disadvantages.
Investing in a rental property in Luxembourg: which financing plan?
In order to finance a property investment, the investor must determine how much their personal contribution will be, and choose between a mortgage (using the property as collateral) and a secured loan (using a securities portfolio as collateral). Etienne Planchard, Member of the Management Committee and Head of ...
Buy-to-let in Luxembourg – 8 key points
Investing in a property in Luxembourg as a buy-to-let can be an alternative solution for diversifying your savings and generating supplementary income. But what are the key points you need to know before launching into this type of project?
Buy-to-let investment in Luxembourg: what's the tax position for rental income?
Investing in property to rent raises a number of tax issues, especially filing a tax return. Anne-Lise Grandjean, Tax Adviser at Banque de Luxembourg, discusses aspects of tax on rental income.
Buy-to-let investment in Luxembourg: what's the tax position for rental income?
Investing in property to rent raises a number of tax issues, especially filing a tax return. Anne-Lise Grandjean, Tax Adviser at Banque de Luxembourg, discusses aspects of tax on rental income.
Buy-to-let property investment in Luxembourg: what are the effects of the owner's death?
Before embarking on a buy-to-let investment, it is advisable to familiarise yourself with the inheritance implications. What happens if the owner dies? How is the estate shared out if there are one or more heirs? Claude Medernach, Legal Adviser, Family Office Services, takes another look at the rules of sharing ...
Investing in property: a fixed or variable interest rate?
When you define your financing plan, you will have to decide between a fixed or variable interest rate. Etienne Planchard, Member of the Management Committee and Head of Loans and Credit, describes the respective benefits and disadvantages of each option.
Can a residential buy-to-let pay for itself?
When people buy a property to let, they often imagine that the rents will finance the loan – in other words, cover the monthly mortgage payments. Right or wrong? Etienne Planchard, Member of the Management Committee and Head of Loans and Credit, suggests some answers.
Buy-to-let: what are the risks?
The Luxembourg property market looks attractive to investors. But this enthusiasm should be tempered and take account of the associated risks. Etienne Planchard, Member of the Management Committee and Head of Loans and Credit, describes the key risks.




                         

 

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