A Cost Seg Study on a $20M Multi-Family Apartment Complex Could Yield About:
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Year 3 – Cash Flow
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Year 5 – Cash Flow
Cost Segregation for Apartments
Cost Segregation is a tax strategy that creates massive deductions for tax payers who own Multi-Family Apartment Complexes.
Cost Seg is the correct and most accurate method to depreciate commercial property. When a business or individual purchases a Multi-Family Apartment Building, the costs of that project are generally broken down between land and building. Land is not depreciated. The building is depreciated over 27.5 yrs.
Cost Segregation is the method of identifying qualified real property and then depreciating that property in as little as 5, 7, and 15 years rather than the standard 27.5 years. This would include property assets that do not take away from the structural stability of a multi-family building.
Does Your Property Qualify?
If you are subject to US federal and state tax laws and own a Multi-Family Apartment Building and have done any of the following since 1987, you likely qualify for the massive tax benefits a Cost Segregation study can provide.
Purchased an existing complex
Constructed a new Multi-Family Apartment Complex
Renovated, remodeled, restored or expanded an existing Apartment complex
By accelerating the depreciation on certain building assets, owners of Multi-Family Apartment properties are able to gain huge tax benefits many years sooner and capitalize on the time value of their hard earned cash! Other benefits include:
Increased Cash Flow
Large Income Tax Deferrals
Substantial Catch-Up Depreciation
Bonus Depreciation Qualifications
Secure IRS Audit Protection
Suite-by-Suite Breakdowns of Building Costs
Verified Depreciation Schedules
Peace of Mind Knowing Your Depreciation Method is Correct
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