Monthly Archieve : Month: January 2012

What would a perfect commercial real estate loan package include?

Posted on January 31, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

Joseph V. Scorese shared on LinkedIn what he constitutes as the perfect commercial real estate loan included these 7 items: 1) Make su [Read More]

Cost Segregation delivers another stellar ROI…2464%!

Posted on January 30, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

We just completed a study for a dental practice that just constructed a 3 story, mixed-use facility. It has 22,500 s.f. and tax-basis of $3.98MM. Afte [Read More]

Can a Class A, zero emissions office building be designed at a marketrate?

Posted on January 27, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

In a word, happily...yes...but let's investigate the "how!" HOK, arguably the world's largest architectural firm, and The Weidt Group, a leading en [Read More]

Peco Foods should have sold assets, done new cost seg study!

Posted on January 25, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

I'm curious, would it have made sense for Peco to have created a holding company, sold the assets to the new company and then performed a new cost seg [Read More]

Peco Foods Inc. -v- CIR (TC Memo 2012-18, January 17, 2012)

Posted on January 25, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

My initially thought is this could mean trouble to a firm doing a PPA study with cost seg “after the fact” if assets are not specifically identifi [Read More]

Can a cost segregation study apply to buildings not yet constructed?

Posted on January 24, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

Can a cost segregation study apply to buildings or leasehold improvements not yet constructed? Yes! A cost segregation study can literally begin at t [Read More]

Does the IRS 45L tax credit make sense to employ?

Posted on January 10, 2012 by Jeff Hobbs

Per IRS' guidelines, for a homebuilder to qualify for the New Energy Efficient Home Credit under IRC Sec. 45L, they must receive a certification that [Read More]