New Carried Interest Rules For Real Estate Professionals
October 11, 2019
As we near the end of the first year of the implementation of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, we are actively seeing how this has impacted taxpayers. One of the many impacts from the new tax laws are the changes to the carried interest rules and their affect on real estate profession.
Cost Segregation Studies can be a Real Estate Investor’s Best Friend
March 22, 2019
Typically, when an investor buys a piece of real estate, they view the value of the property is held in the land and the building purchased, but in reality, the investor bought much more! In the Internal Revenue Service’s mind, an investor not only bought the land and the building but also every component located…
Qualified Opportunity Zones Could Be the Tax Savings Vehicle You're Looking For
July 24, 2018
One segment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that has garnered the attention of the business community, especially real estate professionals, is the creation of Qualified Opportunity Zones. Investment in these zones pose a significant tax incentive to investors who roll their capital gains into low income communities designated as “Qualified Opportunity Zones.” This…
Tax-Saving Tips Every Real Estate Professional Should Know!
July 2, 2018
Welcome to the first of several blog posts covering topics that directly or indirectly impact the real estate community. I recently attended a Real Estate Council breakfast and speaker, San Antonio Mayor, Ron Nirenberg, stated that Bexar County had the 7th largest population growth in the nation from 2016 – 2017. It is projected that…