Using Cost Segregation Studies to Improve the Bottom Line amid Economic Uncertainty
Grant, David, Real Estate Issues
To say that 2001 was a turbulent year would be an understatement of significant proportions. Virtually every aspect of American life was dramatically altered during the past year, and the commercial real estate industry was certainly no exception. At the outset of 2001, an unprecedented economic expansion fueled dynamic growth and prosperity throughout the industry. As the year drew to a close, however, the industry found itself at the mercy of a shallow, yet broad recession, the effects of which have begun to reverberate on a national scale. While uncertainty will undoubtedly be among the buzzwords of the 2002 economy, one thing can be said with absolute certainty-- everyone will be …
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Publication information: Article title: Using Cost Segregation Studies to Improve the Bottom Line amid Economic Uncertainty. Contributors: Grant, David - Author. Magazine title: Real Estate Issues. Volume: 27. Issue: 2 Publication date: Summer 2002. Page number: 37+. © 2009 The Counselors of Real Estate. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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