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Claim property depreciation for
an investment property
If you own or are planning on purchasing a property for
investment purposes, it's important to find out what depreciation deductions may
be available for you to claim.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows the owner of any income producing
property to claim a depreciation deduction for the wear and tear of the building
structure and the items contained within the property.
Around 80% of all commercial and residential property investors miss out on the
tax deductions available through property depreciation. That's why Bobb Corp
Real Estate aim to ensure all commercial and rental property owners are made
aware of their depreciation entitlements and make sure they maximise their cash
return by claiming all the deductions available through property depreciation.
Bobb Corp Real Estate has a relationship with BMT Tax Depreciation, who
specialise in property depreciation for any property type, including
residential, hotels, offices, industrial, retail and medical buildings.
If you would like an estimate of the deductions available for your property,
simply click on the button below and use the BMT Tax Depreciation Calculator.
BMT works alongside your Bobb Corp Real Estate
Property Manager to organise a site inspection of your investment property. They
will then complete a tax depreciation schedule which outlines the claims
available for your Accountant to include in your annual tax assessment. Click
the below button to request a quote for
your investment property today.
As a Bobb Corp client, you will receive a special
reduced fee. The cost to arrange a tax depreciation schedule is also tax
For a free assessment of the likely deductions to which you are entitled, call
and speak with a BMT Tax Depreciation Specialist today on 1300 728 726.
To learn more about property depreciation you can also select from the options
below to watch educational videos, read educational articles or visit the BMT
website for more information.