Monthly Archives: June 2020

Korea raises property tax further to curb real estate speculation

South Korea will further raise property taxes in its latest effort to rein in runaway house prices in Seoul and the metro area, as excess capital from record high interest rates fuels the housing market. housing already inflamed. The Ministry of Lands, Infrastructure and Transport released its new, tougher ownership …

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Changes to Washington’s Estate Tax Treatment for Real Estate Owned by Business Entities | Coie Perkins

The Washington Department of Revenue (DOR) on May 28, 2020, issued a special notice advising that effective June 1, 2020, to determine a decedent’s taxable estate for Washington estate tax purposes, the DOR will treat a business entity holding real property as an intangible asset whether or not the business …

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Madison’s Loan Program Would Support Commercial Property In Communities Of Color | Local government

[ad_1] City Council President Sheri Carter said a commercial property assistance program could support business owners of color in the South Park Street hallway, shown here from above, facing a pressure of gentrification. PHIL BRINKMAN, STATE JOURNAL Abigail Becker | Times of the capital Madison officials are moving forward with …

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Zimbabwe: Understanding land ownership under title, cession

[ad_1] Owning a building, especially a family home, is a dream for many. Even investors generally view properties as safe long-term investments. The most common arrangements for holding land rights in Zimbabwe are a deed of concession, deed of transfer, assignment, sectional title, holding shares in a company that owns …

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