Tax Structuring of Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate with a N.Y. Twist

70-2 New York University Annual Institute on Federal Taxation 2, 2012

19 Pages Posted: 14 Jul 2015

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Date Written: January 1, 2012

Abstract

This paper describes some of the possible structuring alternatives a foreign investor may use to limit his or her U.S. tax exposure with respect to the ownership and subsequent disposition of U.S. real estate. In explaining the structures, this paper also describes some of the relevant U.S. federal tax consequences as well as the New York tax consequences of such ownership and disposition.

Suggested Citation

Appel, Alan and Barrie, John P and Hirschfeld, Michael and Karlin, Michael J.A., Tax Structuring of Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate with a N.Y. Twist (January 1, 2012). 70-2 New York University Annual Institute on Federal Taxation 2, 2012, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2628192

Alan Appel (Contact Author)

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John P Barrie

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Michael Hirschfeld

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Michael J.A. Karlin

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