BREAKING NEWS: $2T Stimulus Bill a Win for Commercial Real Estate, Says NAIOPAnchor Admin March 25, 2020
The historic $2-trillion economic stimulus bill agreed upon by House and Senate leaders early Wednesday morning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has a number of positive implications for commercial real estate, according to NAIOP analysis. Among them is a technical correction to the Qualified Improvement Property provision in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
QIP is now available for immediate expensing, rather than subject to the 39-year depreciation period that made it into the TCJA through a drafting error.
Speedway now open in Bedford Heights, Ohio!
Greg Guyuron, Executive Vice President and Chris McFarland, Vice President…
Checkers now open in Canton, Ohio!
Greg Guyuron, Executive Vice President and Christopher McFarland, Vice President, represented Checkers…
The Impact of COVID 19 on Restaurants & Retail
Tori Nook, Prinicipal, joined NAIOP Northern Ohio for the June…
City Barbeque opens in Strongsville!
Tori Nook, Principal, Greg Guyuron, Executive Vice President and Chris…