Cost Segregation Study For Apartments In Vista, California

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$323,304.56 in first year tax savings

Without a Cost Segregation Study, this $883,200 Apartments in Vista, California purchased in 2021 would have generated first-year depreciation of approximately $32,700. By applying a Cost Segregation Study, the property investors accelerated depreciation for the first year to approximately $356,000.

This accelerated depreciation strategy allows the property investors to immediately reduce their tax liability and in turn, increase their bottom line by offsetting income. This detailed engineering-based Cost Segregation Study will also be used to help maximize improvements and renovation in addition to being used for potential savings with insurance premium costs and property tax appeals. 

A Cost Segregation study is an IRS approved federal income tax tool that increases near term cash flow by utilizing shorter recovery periods for depreciation to accelerate return on investment. For newly constructed, purchased or renovated properties and also retroactive generally over the last 10 years, building components are properly classified into individual units of property and accurate recovery periods for computing depreciation deductions. The study identifies with forensic engineering detail the immediate Bonus Depreciation 5, 7 and 15-year personal property class lives qualifying portions of a building that are normally buried in 27.5 year residential or 39 year commercial categories. 

Cost Segregation Study For Apartment Building, Stanton, CA

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$884,318.78 in first year tax savings

Without a Cost Segregation Study, this $2.3 Million Apartments in Stanton, California purchased in 2021 would have generated first year depreciation of approximately $85,100. By applying a Cost Segregation Study, the property investors accelerated depreciation for the first year to approximately $969,500.

This accelerated deprecation strategy allows the property investors to immediately reduce their tax liability and in turn, increase their bottom line by offsetting income. This detailed engineering-based Cost Segregation Study will also be used to help maximize improvements and renovation in addition to being used for potential savings with insurance premium costs and property tax appeals. 

A Cost Segregation study is an IRS approved federal income tax tool that increases near term cash flow by utilizing shorter recovery periods for depreciation to accelerate return on investment. For newly constructed, purchased or renovated properties and also retroactive generally over the last 10 years, building components are properly classified into individual units of property and accurate recovery periods for computing depreciation deductions. The study identifies with forensic engineering detail the immediate Bonus Depreciation 5, 7 and 15-year personal property class lives qualifying portions of a building that are normally buried in 27.5 year residential or 39 year commercial categories. 

Cost Segregation Study For Apartment Building, Denver, CO

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$768,098.42 in first year tax savings

Without a Cost Segregation Study, this $2.4 Million Apartment Building in Denver, Colorado purchased in 2021 would have generated first-year depreciation of approximately $88,800. By applying a Cost Segregation Study, the property investors accelerated depreciation for the first year to approximately $856,900. 

This accelerated deprecation strategy allows the property investors to immediately reduce their tax liability and in turn, increase their bottom line by offsetting income. This detailed engineering-based Cost Segregation Study will also be used to help maximize improvements and renovation in addition to being used for potential savings with insurance premium costs and property tax appeals. 

A Cost Segregation study is an IRS approved federal income tax tool that increases near term cash flow by utilizing shorter recovery periods for depreciation to accelerate return on investment. For newly constructed, purchased or renovated properties and also retroactive generally over the last 10 years, building components are properly classified into individual units of property and accurate recovery periods for computing depreciation deductions. The study identifies with forensic engineering detail the immediate Bonus Depreciation 5, 7 and 15-year personal property class lives qualifying portions of a building that are normally buried in 27.5 year residential or 39 year commercial categories. 

Cost Segregation Study For Apartment Complex, Starke, FL

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$899,208.91 in first year tax savings

Without a Cost Segregation Study, this $3.0 Million Apartment Complex in Starke, Florida purchased in 2020 would have generated first-year depreciation of approximately $111,100. By applying a Cost Segregation Study, the property investors accelerated depreciation for the first year to approximately $1 Million.

This accelerated deprecation strategy allows the property investors to immediately reduce their tax liability and in turn, increase their bottom line by offsetting income. This detailed engineering-based Cost Segregation Study will also be used to help maximize improvements and renovation in addition to being used for potential savings with insurance premium costs and property tax appeals. 

A Cost Segregation study is an IRS approved federal income tax tool that increases near term cash flow by utilizing shorter recovery periods for depreciation to accelerate return on investment. For newly constructed, purchased or renovated properties and also retroactive generally over the last 10 years, building components are properly classified into individual units of property and accurate recovery periods for computing depreciation deductions. The study identifies with forensic engineering detail the immediate Bonus Depreciation 5, 7 and 15-year personal property class lives qualifying portions of a building that are normally buried in 27.5 year residential or 39 year commercial categories. 

Cost Segregation Study For Apartment Complex Building, Lake Worth, FL

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$899,208.91 in first year tax savings

Without a Cost Segregation Study, this $1.5 Million Apartment Complex in Lake Worth, Florida purchased in 2020 would have generated first-year depreciation of approximately $55,500. By applying a Cost Segregation, the property investors accelerate depreciation for the first year to  approximately $482,500.

This accelerated deprecation strategy allows the property investors to immediately reduce their tax liability and in turn, increase their bottom line by offsetting income. This detailed engineering-based Cost Segregation Study will also be used to help maximize improvements and renovation in addition to being used for potential savings with insurance premium costs and property tax appeals. 

A Cost Segregation study is an IRS approved federal income tax tool that increases near term cash flow by utilizing shorter recovery periods for depreciation to accelerate return on investment. For newly constructed, purchased or renovated properties and also retroactive generally over the last 10 years, building components are properly classified into individual units of property and accurate recovery periods for computing depreciation deductions. The study identifies with forensic engineering detail the immediate Bonus Depreciation 5, 7 and 15-year personal property class lives qualifying portions of a building that are normally buried in 27.5 year residential or 39 year commercial categories. 

Cost Segregation Study For Apartment Complex, Portland, Oregon

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$1,910,535.59 in first year tax savings

Without a Cost Segregation Study, this $4,745,000 Apartment Complex in Portland, Oregon purchased in 2021 would have generated first year depreciation of approximately $102,500. By applying a Cost Segregation Study, the property investors accelerated depreciation for the first year to approximately $2.0 Million. 

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This accelerated deprecation strategy allows the property investors to immediately reduce their tax liability and in turn, increase their bottom line by offsetting income. This detailed engineering-based Cost Segregation Study will also be used to help maximize improvements and renovation in addition to being used for potential savings with insurance premium costs and property tax appeals. 

A Cost Segregation study is an IRS approved federal income tax tool that increases near term cash flow by utilizing shorter recovery periods for depreciation to accelerate return on investment. For newly constructed, purchased or renovated properties and also retroactive generally over the last 10 years, building components are properly classified into individual units of property and accurate recovery periods for computing depreciation deductions. The study identifies with forensic engineering detail the immediate Bonus Depreciation 5, 7 and 15-year personal property class lives qualifying portions of a building that are normally buried in 27.5 year residential or 39 year commercial categories. 

Cost Segregation Study on a Apartment Complex in Utah

By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax liability and increase their bottom line. This aids in future benefits via abandonment, repairs, routine maintenance and overall asset management. ETS performs hundreds of cost segregation studies on a monthly basis for property owners, providing a detailed engineering review of assets including special purpose mechanical and electrical systems, decorative finishes, site improvements, and any process related to special purpose construction.

$1,808,105.91 in Total Realized Tax Savings

Class LifePercentageAccelerated Tax
5 Year17.81%$1,470,552
15 Year4.09%$337,553.83
27.5 Year72.14%$6,450,895.13
Total Building Cost100%$8,259,001.04

% amounts relate to how much was reallocated from the depreciated basis

Cost Segregation is based on a 40% tax bracket for federal and State Taxes and performed on the ADR Asset Depreciation Range. Financial benefits are realized by maximizing net present value through deferring tax payments and using increased cash flow to strengthen your portfolio or scale your business. The tables above identify the difference between a cost segregation study and traditional 39.5-year capitalization. The line graph (if shown) demonstrates the impact of investment cash.

Cost Segregation Study on a Apartment Complex in Minnesota

By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax liability and increase their bottom line. This aids in future benefits via abandonment, repairs, routine maintenance and overall asset management. ETS performs hundreds of cost segregation studies on a monthly basis for property owners, providing a detailed engineering review of assets including special purpose mechanical and electrical systems, decorative finishes, site improvements, and any process related to special purpose construction.

$10,656,259.32 in Total Realized Tax Savings

Property TypeClass LifePercentageAccelerated Tax
Improvement5-Year 22.41%$2,388,019.20
Cost Segregation15-Year6.76%$720,205.56
Cost Segregation27.5-Year70.83%$7,548,034.55
Total Building Cost  $10,656,259.32

% amounts relate to how much was reallocated from the depreciated basis

Cost Segregation is based on a 40% tax bracket for federal and State Taxes and performed on the ADR Asset Depreciation Range. Financial benefits are realized by maximizing net present value through deferring tax payments and using increased cash flow to strengthen your portfolio or scale your business. The tables above identify the difference between a cost segregation study and traditional 39.5-year capitalization. The line graph (if shown) demonstrates the impact of investment cash.

Cost Segregation Study on a Apartment Complex in Utah

By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax liability and increase their bottom line. This aids in future benefits via abandonment, repairs, routine maintenance and overall asset management. ETS performs hundreds of cost segregation studies on a monthly basis for property owners, providing a detailed engineering review of assets including special purpose mechanical and electrical systems, decorative finishes, site improvements, and any process related to special purpose construction.

$1,808,105.91 in Total Realized Tax Savings

Class LifePercentageAccelerated Tax
5 Year17.81%$1,470,552
15 Year4.09%$337,553.83
27.5 Year72.14%$6,450,895.13
Total Building Cost $8,259,001.04

% amounts relate to how much was reallocated from the depreciated basis

Cost Segregation is based on a 40% tax bracket for federal and State Taxes and performed on the ADR Asset Depreciation Range. Financial benefits are realized by maximizing net present value through deferring tax payments and using increased cash flow to strengthen your portfolio or scale your business. The tables above identify the difference between a cost segregation study and traditional 39.5-year capitalization. The line graph (if shown) demonstrates the impact of investment cash.

Cost Segregation Study on a Apartment Complex in Tallahassee, FL

Without a Cost Segregation study, a $6.6 million Apartment Complex in Tallahassee FL purchased in 2017 would have generated a 1st-year depreciation of $169,230.77.  By applying a cost segregation study, the property investors accelerate depreciation, for the 1st year to $1,894,081.46.  This acceleration in deprecation allows the property investors to reduce their tax liability and in turn increase their bottom line. By breaking down the building asset into components, a cost segregation also aids in future benefits of abandonment, repairs, routine maintenance and overall asset management. ETS performs hundreds of cost segregation studies monthly for property owners, providing a detailed engineering review of assets including special purpose mechanical and electrical systems, decorative finishes, site improvements, and any process related to special purpose construction.

$1,894,081.46 in 1st year Total Realized Tax Savings

Study TypeClass LifePercentageAccelerated Tax
Cost Segregation5-Year 20.58%$1,367,645.20
Cost Segregation15-Year7.86%$522,694.93
Cost Segregation27.5-Year71.56%$172,972.10
Total 1st Yr Depreciation with Cost Seg  $2,063,312.23
Depreciation 1st Year without Cost Seg.27.5-Year100%$169,230.77
Total Difference in Depreciation 1st Year  $1,894,081.46

% amounts relate to how much was reallocated from the depreciated basis

Cost Segregation is based on a 40% tax bracket for federal and State Taxes and performed on the ADR Asset Depreciation Range. Financial benefits are realized by maximizing net present value through deferring tax payments and using increased cash flow to strengthen your portfolio or scale your business. The tables above identify the difference between a cost segregation study and traditional 39.5-year capitalization. The line graph (if shown) demonstrates the impact of investment cash.