Remote Cost Seg

Save $40,353 In Taxes This Year With A Cost Segregation Study

Our average client saves $40,353 in taxes their first year at a 12.1x ROI after investing in a cost segregation study. Will you be next?

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Why Invest In A Cost Segregation Study?

Standard straight-line depreciation takes place over 27.5 years for residential property and 39 years for commercial property.

A cost segregation study allows you to accelerate that depreciation, taking as much as 100% of the depreciation on your real estate in this year (instead of waiting 27.5 or 39 years). 

The net result to you is receiving anywhere from $40,000 – $100,000+ in tax savings per property this year. 

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Watch This First: What Is A Cost Segregation Study?

Not familiar with a cost segregation study? You’re not alone. Watch this interview between Remote Cost Seg co-founder Hayden Crabtree and our very own CPA and licensed general contractor Chad Brown breaking down the ins and outs of cost segregation studies: what they are, who they’re for, how they work…and the massive financial impact they can have for real estate investors like you.

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See For Yourself: How Much Could You Save In Taxes This Year?

Use the calculator to get an instant estimate of the potential tax savings you could receive with a cost segregation study. For a more accurate estimate, schedule a free consultation with one of our cost segregation experts.

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Active Investor with
Multiple Properties

You are an active real estate investor who owns one or more investment properties.


Business Owners who own a brick and mortar location or office space.

Short Term Rental / Vacation
Rental Owners

If you own a secondary residence that you rent on AirBnB / VRBO or similar sites, you qualify.

Real Estate

If you or a spouse qualify as a Real Estate Professional under IRS guidelines, you qualify.

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We Help Real Estate Investors Like You Pay Less In Taxes & Earn Greater Returns By Delivering The Highest ROI Cost Segregation Studies In The World.

You Might Be Wondering...

Our fees are based on several factors, including square footage, property type, and complexity. Rest assured, we strive to provide cost-effective cost-segregation studies.

Easier said than done. You would need to have a CPA qualified in both taxes and construction, coordinate schedules, and meet them on the property…it’s a nightmare.

With Remote Cost Seg, we’re making Cost Segregation Studies easy and available to RE investors around the country with the convenience of a simple video call (that can often be completed in less than an hour).

Absolutely! If you purchased your property last year, you’re in a prime position to benefit from a Cost Segregation Study.
Yes. Accelerated depreciation is deductible from your total income. It is a deliberate tax policy aimed at encouraging further investment.

Yes, you can be eligible for a Cost Segregation Study even if you have a W-2 job.

Cost segregation is not limited to individuals who are full-time real estate professionals or those with self-employment income. It can be beneficial for anyone who owns property, including individuals with W-2 income.

Accelerated depreciation itself is not taxable. Depreciation is a non-cash expense, meaning it’s a way to allocate the cost of an asset over its useful life for tax purposes. Accelerated depreciation allows you to deduct a larger portion of the asset’s cost in the earlier years of its useful life.

While the depreciation deduction reduces your taxable income, it doesn’t directly result in additional taxes.

While you don’t need to file the Cost Segregation Study itself with your tax return, the results of the study can significantly impact the information you report on your tax return. The details uncovered in the Cost Segregation Study, such as reclassified asset categories and their respective depreciation schedules, should be accurately reflected in your tax filings.

When we complete your cost segregation study, we will provide a report detailing the results of the study.

You or your CPA would then use this information to update your depreciation schedules on your tax return.

Your next best step is to schedule a 1-on-1 call with one of our specialists. They’ll be able to get your property qualified, tell you how much you can expect to save, and answer all of your questions regarding accelerated depreciation, cost segregation studies, and our process here at Remote Cost Seg.

Save $40,353 In Taxes This year With A Cost Segregation Study