Working with Overseas Investors
A special report for financial advisors and accountants
In recent years an increasing number of accountants, lawyers and other advisors have shown an appetite for working with overseas clients who wish to invest in Australia.
Previously, overseas investors have mainly fallen into two categories – large institutional investors, who purchase large commercial buildings, development projects and businesses, or individual investors, also known as retail investors, who purchase off-the-plan apartments from developers.
However, with the advent of the information age and the growing middle class in rising economies, such as China, there are new opportunities for overseas residents who wish to invest in Australia between these two extremes. This new market segment comprises properties and projects that are large enough to deliver strong returns but small enough to be controlled by a single investor or family group.
In this report, Working with Overseas Investors, we’ll discuss some of the opportunities and challenges these overseas investors face in the Australian property market.
The report covers:
- Overseas investors and commercial property
- Investor visas and property
- Advice from the experts: interviews with industry leaders in the legal, migration and tax specialisms
- FIRB regulations update
- Sole ownership or syndicate? Assessing what is best for your client
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