When performing a Cost Segregation study the first step in production is to conduct a Feasibility Study.
The Feasibility Study provides an analysis of the Client's current depreciation standing and allows us to determine if a Cost Segregation study is (1) feasible, (2) feasible within the estimated cost to perform the study, and (3) will have the appropriate ROI for the Client. Feasibility Studies are almost always performed at the kick off of any project where large sums are at stake.
Due to the fact that the feasibility study is the foundation of the end product and provides us with the real determination of benefit to the client, it is only conducted after the Client signed a service agreement.
Our service agreement allows the Client the comfort of knowing that if no benefit is found, they are under no obligation thus there is nothing at stake for them to have the feasibility study performed.
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