The third edition of Deloitte Legal’s “Handbook for Real Estate Transactions” provides an overview of the legal framework for real estate transactions related to various asset classes in 29 countries.
The last three years have seen unprecedented change. Companies have been re-evaluating their office stock in light of hybrid working policies, demand for residential properties with outside space increased during lockdowns, and the energy crisis, supply chain issues, along with the conflict in Ukraine, have created new variables for investors, end-users, and developers to consider.
With such a challenging economic climate, and continued uncertainty, investor requirements change, and it’s no longer possible to look at the domestic market alone. ESG is a good example. It is with these factors in mind that we updated the Deloitte Legal Handbook for Real Estate Transactions. Now in its third edition, it provides an overview of the main real estate regulations regarding transactions of different asset classes in 29 countries.
Each chapter has been provided by a senior Deloitte Legal professional with a deep understanding of real estate in terms of the local legal, business, and administrative environment in their jurisdiction. Where possible, it also contains commentary from a local property organisation, or the Deloitte sector leader.
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