Buy a real estate property for rental in Paris

 

Funding

You want to buy a property, Parisian Home can help you get your financial plan . Initially, it is important for us to know your budget (even approximate) and your method of financing to develop a financing plan and a cost-benefit analysis accurate. This study helps to visualize whether your project is feasible or not, in which case it would be wise to reassess.

Parisian Home has developed a tool to clean the rent financial projection. Depending on the nature of the property you are planning to acquire its financing (debt or not), we calculate rents generated by the rental and weighted with occupancy estimated , expenses related to property (property taxes, home taxes, condominium fees, subscription Internet, maintenance ...).

This calculation allows us to see the income and expenditure as well as any monthly loan. The monthly results tell us according to different criteria above if you credit or a monthly effort is needed.

Do not hesitate to contact your consultant at Parisian Home for any financial consideration.

Legislation and taxation LMP / LMNP

income apartments with or without benefits are considered as resulting from a commercial activity and are taxed as "business profits" (BIC) in the context of income tax when they are perceived by an individual, or as part of the corporate income tax ("income tax" or IS) when they are a corporation, it can not be a real estate company (SCI) as the main feature of SCI is to have a civilian object.

Contracting individuals are taxed in two different ways depending on whether they are considered "non-professional furnished rental" (LMP) or "in professional furnished rental" (LMP).

LMP (rental Furnished Professional)

status for homeowners whose income from apartments are higher than € 32,000 / year or are represent over 50% of total revenue .

Long considered a small tax haven (it allowed to see all the losses recorded on total income), the LMP status is now reserved only for "real" business, and many owners who benefited will have to satisfied with the status Leaseback certainly less restrictive but less interesting tax, especially as some of its advantages are also revised downward.

Thus, as the income tax in 2009, to benefit from the professional status, it must meet three cumulative criteria:

Buy a real estate property for rental in Paris

Funding

You want to buy a property, Parisian Home can help you get your financial plan . Initially, it is important for us to know your budget (even approximate) and your method of financing to develop a financing plan and a cost-benefit analysis accurate. This study helps to visualize whether your project is feasible or not, in which case it would be wise to reassess.

Parisian Home has developed a tool to clean the rent financial projection. Depending on the nature of the property you are planning to acquire its financing (debt or not), we calculate rents generated by the rental and weighted with occupancy estimated , expenses related to property (property taxes, home taxes, condominium fees, subscription Internet, maintenance ...).

This calculation allows us to see the income and expenditure as well as any monthly loan. The monthly results tell us according to different criteria above if you credit or a monthly effort is needed.

Do not hesitate to contact your consultant at Parisian Home for any financial consideration.

Legislation and taxation LMP / LMNP

income apartments with or without benefits are considered as resulting from a commercial activity and are taxed as "business profits" (BIC) in the context of income tax when they are perceived by an individual, or as part of the corporate income tax ("income tax" or IS) when they are a corporation, it can not be a real estate company (SCI) as the main feature of SCI is to have a civilian object.

Contracting individuals are taxed in two different ways depending on whether they are considered "non-professional furnished rental" (LMP) or "in professional furnished rental" (LMP).

LMP (rental Furnished Professional)

status for homeowners whose income from apartments are higher than € 32,000 / year or are represent over 50% of total revenue .

Long considered a small tax haven (it allowed to see all the losses recorded on total income), the LMP status is now reserved only for "real" business, and many owners who benefited will have to satisfied with the status Leaseback certainly less restrictive but less interesting tax, especially as some of its advantages are also revised downward.

Thus, as the income tax in 2009, to benefit from the professional status, it must meet three cumulative criteria: