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Tax advice for smart foreign real estate investors and owners in Germany

It’s no surprise that real estate is one of the best investments you can make. With mortgage interest rates so low and the tax incentives available to buyers, investing in property is a proven way to grow your wealth and increase your income flow.

However, the management of property tax requirements can often act as a deterrent to investors.

After all, it can be hard to come to terms with German tax law, especially if you don’t speak the local language.

This guide will share everything you need to know about tax if you are a non-resident who is considering investing in German real estate.

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What is the history behind PTI? Q&A from our tax team.

When was “Property Tax International” created?


The idea was born in 2006.

We noticed that more and more people were purchasing property abroad and there was a gap in the market for a company that could organise and manage the tax requirements of international property owners.

We wanted to help people who have a property and rental income in France, Germany, Spain, Ireland, the UK, Poland, Hungary and the USA to meet their tax obligations.

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German Property Tax

How much property tax do I have to pay on my German rental income?

We’ve answered all of your German rental income tax questions!

The German tax system can be tricky – especially if you are not a resident of Germany or you don’t speak the language.

But don’t worry, the PTI team are here to help!

Every day our team encounters countless German tax questions.

We have used some of those questions to create this handy guide on everything you need to know about tax on rental income in Germany.

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