Purchase Price Analysis: A Vital Step in Real Estate Acquisitions

Construction and Real Estate

August 18, 2010
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Purchasing an existing property in today’s economy can be a good buy. But bargain properties require careful analysis. A so-called deal can quickly be undermined by potential tax implications. By conducting a thorough purchase price analysis, assets can be properly classified for tax purposes, benefiting the taxpayer with deferred taxes and improved cash flow. This paper provides key insights that can help ensure a purchase price analysis delivers value and withstands IRS scrutiny.

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