In my opinion, Netherlands is one of the better options in the West to be incorporated. There are two CPT brackets, so you will pay 25% only on the profit above 200k, rest will be taxed with 20%. On the top, the local government approved tax cuts, so you should be taxed actually this way through Dutch LTD.
2019: 400k profit - effective rate 22%
2020: 200k profit - effective rate 16,5%
2021: 100k profit - effective rate 15%
Until you will be a tax resident of Netherlands, you will have to pay high taxes on a personal level one way or the other if you decide to sell the company or through dividends. However, it will probably happen in a very long time from now (sell of the properties), in the future which is uncertain and many things can happen until that time. Both positive and negative. You can change your tax residency then (I do not know how will Dutch tax authorities look at you, then tho).
Is it essenatial to own a physical real estate for you?
What I would persnally do... get tax residency in some no-CFC rules country. Open Seychelles/Belize/UAE/BVI... company and invoice clients. With profits I would buy REIT stocks (if real estate is desired) and dividends from stocks I would cashed through a corporate card at ATM and lived in cash... and pay no taxes at all anywhere.
Once the money will hit the EUSSR, they will squeeze you... more or less everywhere.
Btw. I am myself in the process of buying a property in NL and LOL. 6% real estate transfer tax. I do not want to know the yield if I would decide to rent.
So as I understand, you would also opt for the safest way and incorporate the LTD in my home country, correct?
If it is about a 5-15% saving from taxes, I do not think it is worth to explore some offshore solutions. As long as I do not sell the assets of the LTD (so that I will have to pay huge dividends or continue to pay myself a salary) I can still have similar benefits with rental income as Director of the LTD, right?
Q1: What about if I get married? If my salary is just as Directory a potential unemployed husband will not be able to get aliments from me even if the real money is in the LTD?
Q2: What about if someone sue me for some personal reasons? The assets will be protected as they are in the LTD, correct?
Q3: My consulting business LTD will not have any big risk and the liability is covereted by the insurance. Would you also do a LTD for the Real Estate business as well to make sure those assets will be untouchable?