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Real Estate and Construction Consulting Services

Are you being pulled in too many directions? You want to focus on strategy, on growth—on the real estate development, acquisitions, funding and other opportunities that can drive your success. Yet, too often, you’re mired in day-to-day operational details. Or the time you have to devote to evaluating your constantly shifting risk environment is becoming a risk itself by diverting your focus from building your business.

Whether you are acquiring a property or integrating a new IT system, conducting financial due diligence or lease abstraction, assessing third party risk or managing real estate cybersecurity, you may be stretching the capabilities of your internal resources. The RSM real estate and construction practice provides a full range of real estate consulting services tailored to the specific needs of your organization. We have worked with REITsfundsconstruction firms, lenders, property owners, management companies and other investors in real estate, assessing their needs in detail and providing proven solutions throughout the transaction life cycle.

Taxable REIT Subsidiaries: Q&A Primer

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Taxable REIT Subsidiaries: Q&A Primer

Learn more about how a taxable REIT subsidiary was created to perform activities that cannot be performed directly by the REIT.

  • John Luksis, Sean Shelhamer
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  • May 07, 2021
The role of REITs in a new post-COVID-19 world

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The role of REITs in a new post-COVID-19 world

Near term, headlines for REITs may remain challenging, especially as pandemic recovery efforts ebb and flow. Learn more.

  • Keith Lamoutte
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  • April 01, 2021
Navigating the REIT asset tests

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Navigating the REIT asset tests

Despite their competitive tax advantage, REITs are subject to a complex set of compliance rules which include quarterly asset tests.

  • Neil Furmanski, Jill Circ, John Luksis
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  • January 18, 2021
The 2020 checklist

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The 2020 checklist

Real estate investors are ready to close the books on 2020. Here are 10 smart moves for real estate investors to consider at year’s end.

Revised draft Form 941 reflects CARES Act and FFCRA Credits

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Revised draft Form 941 reflects CARES Act and FFCRA Credits

Employers should use the updated Form 941 to properly report new CARES Act and FFCRA credits beginning in the second quarter of 2020.

  • Lorraine Bodden, Mo Bell-Jacobs, Sapna  Pillai
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  • May 07, 2020