Tax on Mixed-Use Buildings

NEW! The tax on mixed-use residential and office buildings will be paid by those who pay for the utilities.

At the end of last week, the Government approved a Government Decision, which sheds more light on the situation of residential and commercial buildings and gives them another chance at a simplified procedure and lower taxes, if they do not deduct the company’s utilities. It applies to apartments, houses, villas, personal property, and offices and companies, but be careful that the utilities are paid by the natural person who owns the property.

“The owners of mixed-use buildings for which the surfaces used for residential purposes and those used for non-residential purposes cannot be highlighted separately. If the owner submits the declaration regarding the mixed destination of the building, accompanied by a declaration on one’s responsibility, attesting the fact that none of the utility expenses is recorded in charge of the person carrying out the economic activity, will be due to the tax on properties used for residential purposes. Utility expenses mean the common expenses related to the building, electricity, natural gas, district heating, water, sewage”, is written in a statement issued by the Government.

If you would like more information about the office spaces for rent in villas in Bucharest, please contact the ESOP team by filling this brief form, or by phone (+4) 0723.26.61.97 or (+4) 021.528.04.40. We’ll promptly answer your inquiry!

Alexandru Petrescu

Founding Managing Partner of ESOP Consulting | CORFAC International with 20 years of experience in real estate consulting and entrepreneurship.

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