Chamber of Commerce

Finance & Tax Forum: Real estate tax in the RE industry – current trends.

27.10.2022, 11:00 - 12:00


We cordially invite you to the webinar "Real estate tax in the RE industry - current trends.", which will be held on October 27 this year, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The content partner of the event is the CRIDO company.
From the perspective of entrepreneurs, real estate tax is often perceived as a tax that is relatively stable - both in terms of the scope of taxation and its amount.
However, this is a false assumption. Due to the lack of precise regulations, what and how should be taxed, ig changes along with the interpretation presented by administrative authorities and courts. It often turns out that objects so far taxable as structures should be considered non-taxable or it is possible to reduce their tax base. This also applies to infrastructure specific to the real estate industry, such as shopping centers and parks or logistics parks. At the same time, from 2021, a new department of the Financial Chamber of the Supreme Administrative Court has been trying to bring order to this tax, often presenting a new approach.
On the other hand, the amount of real estate tax depends indirectly on the level of inflation. The maximum real estate tax rates for 2023 may therefore increase by as much as 11.8% - which ultimately depends on the resolutions of each municipality.
Therefore, especially in such realities, it is worth being up to date with the most important trends in the case-law for the industry and be aware of how they can translate into real estate tax settlements.

During the webinar, we will answer the following questions:
- What information important for the RE industries result from the recent resolutions of the Supreme Administrative Court regarding real estate tax;
- Which objects, in the light of the current jurisprudence of administrative courts, can be considered non-taxable;
- Whether part of the property owned by the entrepreneur can be considered unrelated to business activity;
- Whether the tax base for structures is always their book value and whether it is possible to lower the tax base;
- Why, in the light of the current jurisprudence, some objects previously considered buildings could lose their building status;
- How to calculate the usable area of ​​buildings on the basis of the current jurisprudence;
- How to proceed in the event of an overpayment of real estate tax;

If you are interested in participating, please register under the folowing link:


The webinar is aimed at people dealing with property tax settlements in real estate companies - accountants, tax managers, property managers and other people dealing with PON issues.