A HIGH VALUE-ADDED INVESTMENT AS A TAX REDUCTION SOLUTION
You wish to acquire a new property in order to make a property investment, carry out rehabilitation work within the framework of property deficit, or take advantage of an attractive tax deduction under Malraux Law? We can meet this type of demand. In fact, we work in partnership with trusted professionals: real estate agencies, asset managers and lawyers specializing in business law.
If you are renting a property or if, in a fiscal year, the deductible expenses are higher than the gross property income, this is called a property deficit. If you have a property deficit, note that it is automatically attributable to your property income. In addition to deducting operating expenses and interest on borrowings, you can deduct from your income all repairs, renovations and improvements to your property.
We can offer you advice on how to search for the property, or how you could benefit from it by renovating and improving your home.
Renovation under Malraux Law
The Malraux law is a tax exemption scheme that encourages the renovation of buildings and apartments located in protected areas. Thanks to this law, the disappearance of historic historic neighborhoods with exceptional architecture can be avoided. The tax reduction is applied to the amount of work done, which must be monitored by "Architectes des Bâtiments de France" (a body tasked with safeguarding and protecting France's urban and environmental architectural heritage).
The tax reduction differs according to the area where the property is located. This may be either a protected area, or the Zone for the Protection of Architectural, Urban, and Landscape Heritage (ZPPAUP).
Thanks to our expert partner network, we can assist you in the search for this exceptional property, propose it to you according to your investment objective and explain to you how you could benefit.