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Can Real Estate Professionals Deduct Rental Losses?

Generally, rental activities are treated as passive activities. Passive activity losses are generally permitted to be deducted to the extent of passive

Knowing When You Can and Cannot Benefit From a Cost Segregation Study

The U.S. Tax Court recently disallowed a taxpayer’s attempt to utilize a cost segregation study to modify costs that were allocated to assets under
Real Estate
Ryan Broze | 1.3.2012

What Carried Interest Means to the Real Estate Industry

A “carried interest,” also known as a “promoted interest,” is a financial interest provided to managers or developers as an incentive to aid/maximize performance of a partnership’s assets and/or investments.

Cap Rates and Real Estate

Gennaro DiBello explains the use of the term "cap rate" in the context of the sale of a commercial rental property.

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Real Estate
Ryan Broze | 11.11.2010

Deferring Income Associated with the Sale or Lease of Mineral/Gas Rights

With the increase of gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale region, many Pennsylvania landowners are being approached to either sell or lease the rights to
Real Estate
Ryan Broze | 6.10.2010

Restructuring Real Property Debt

Tax Deferral Options for Resulting Cancellation of Indebtedness Income With many real property owners facing maturing debt situations and depressed property

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