Posts Tagged "Commercial Real Estate"


Florida businesses often hold real property and their business operations in separate entities for liability purposes. While this is a very standard and effective way to mitigate the liability risk of owning commercial real estate, these types of structures need to be mindful of the sales tax rules. Usually rental agreements are put in place between the operating entity (Lessee) and the real estate entity (Lessor) with rent either...

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The Florida legislature voted to again reduce the sales tax, which is imposed under section 212.031, Florida Statutes, that commercial real estate owners charge and receive from tenants to 5.5 percent in 2020 from its current rate of 5.7 percent. Real property rentals subject to the reduced rate include commercial office space, retail, warehouses and certain self-storage units, excluding storage for motor vehicles, boats and aircraft....

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