Our study resulted in a total of $179,633 that qualified as 39-year property. Furthermore, we reallocated the entire base building asset from 39-year property to a 22-year property because the funeral home is located on Indian ReservationTerritory qualifying for special tax treatment. As a result, the property owner saved over 50% more than originally estimated…
Case Study 2: Segregation Holding Study produced almost twice the estimated benefit, saving the restaurant owner $246,709 in first year tax payments and realizing over $203,095 in 10-year Net Present Value tax savings.
The new owners of the Pineapple Grill seafood restaurant engaged Segregation Holding to do a Cost Segregation Study of its restaurant (8,943 sq. ft. building on .62 acres).
Case Study 1: The three steel-framed masonry buildings (a 4-story and two 1-story buildings) that sit on 2.58 acres have a cost depreciation basis of $3,436,396.
Segregation Holding performed the Study on 5 quick-serve restaurant facilities. Each facility consists of a single story with an average building footprint of approximately 3,060 square feet.
The three steel-framed masonry buildings (a 4-story and two 1-story buildings) that sit on 2.58 acres have a cost depreciation basis of $3,436,396.
Case Study 5: Warehouse owner saved $34,854 in current year tax payments with a projected savings of $100,632 in Net Present Value over the next 10 years.
The warehouse is a single-story bay-shipping and cold storage facility, occupying 172,850 square feet, sitting on 41.5 acres. It had a depreciable cost basis of $3.897 million.
Kwik Kar Lube & Tune is a facility that consists of a 4 double-sized bay building with reception and office space and a partial basement housing the under-carriage work area plus bin and tank storage for oil and other petrochemicals. The building has a footprint of approximately 4,700 sq.ft. on a 1.12 acre site.
Case Study 3: BMW dealership owner saved $1,129,469 in current year tax payments and realized over $673,892 in current Net Present Value tax deferral.
The BMW sales and service facility, which includes a retail showroom and office space, the parts and service department and an adjacent body shop, had a depreciable cost basis of $12.8 million.
Case Study 2: Strip center property owner saved $162,731 in first year tax payments and realized over $248,945 in 10-year Net Present Value tax savings.
This strip center was built for 100% restaurant occupancy. It consists of 7,555 sq. ft. of retail restaurant space on 1.1 acres of land.
This retail strip center was constructed and placed into service in July 2008. The Cost Segregation Study examined the interior build-out and site improvements with a total depreciable cost basis of $4.49 million. The retail strip consists of 83,277 square feet of retail space.