RSM Poland


RE development & construction services

Our team of professionals is proud of the wide experience in cooperating with market leaders in the RE development & construction services market. We support our clients at every stage of business - from investment procurement (identifying investment opportunities, RE due diligence), execution and management (improving RE portfolio value) to sales (organising and structuring transactions, negotiating conditions). Our clients benefit from the following services we provide: audit, transaction advisory, tax advisory (ad hoc, managing disputes with tax authorities), as well as strategic tax planning and accounting. We are regular partners with businesses who manage buildings jointly worth more than PLN 2.5 billion.

RSM strengthens Real Estate expertise across Europe

12 July 2018
RSM, the sixth largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, has expanded its European Real Estate sector team into 16 European countries.

Settling costs of utilities with regard to renting services

30 September 2015
On 10th July 2015 Poland's Supreme Administrative Court announced its decision, pursuant to current VAT regulations, on the issue of re-invoicing costs of utilities. The ruling emphasises the fact that, in principal, utilities are to be treated as a service that is separate from the service of renting a property and thus will have to be taxed separately.

Change in Construction Law unfavourable to taxpayers?

12 May 2015
A change of the provisions of the Polish Act on Construction Law is due to enter into force on 28th June this year and may influence property tax rates for civil structures. Will the amendment of the Construction Law bring about consequences that may prove negative to taxpayers? Once tax authorities provide an interpretation of the new regulations, we will find out.    

Poland – the leading commercial real estate market in the CEE region

26 March 2015
Poland has been holding the dominant position on the commercial real estate market in the CEE region for many years. In terms of the value of completed transactions, we have maintained ca. 40% of the market share. Taking the present size and potential into account, our country is starting to be compared with those of Western Europe more and more. The Polish market is large, stable and at the time still offers higher return rates than the countries of Western Europe. For this reason, large global players are observing it with growing attention.