Liquidation Using the Bargain Sale

 Warehouse space, self-storage facilities and distribution centers are among the types of storage facilities that investors can consider liquidation using the Bargain Sale.When we think of storage units, we usually think of the 10×10 units available for rent to the public. We see these in many cities around the country. Yes, these are definitely storage units, but there are several types of storage units in the industrial and commercial real estate world. These include all types of warehouse space, self-storage facilities and distribution centers. As companies continue to grow and acquire larger spaces, they can consider liquidation using the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale.

Welfont Guides Companies Through Liquidation Using the Bargain Sale.

Welfont manages each investment of industrial facilities through all phases of the transaction. IRS-approved tax strategies allow companies to enjoy higher tax deductions. Meanwhile, along with the deductions, they can enhance their philanthropy by giving to a nonprofit. All of this can be achieved with the use of the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale process, also known as a bargain sale.

From research to acquisition and disposition, clients maximize their return on investment with our help. We work alongside analysts, real estate brokers, property managers, appraisers, lending institutions, and contractors. Over the last 10 years, our principals helped our clients complete more than $200 million in property transactions. Nationally, these property values total more than 10 million square-feet of buildings. Approximately 1,000 acres are on commercial land.

Welfont would like the opportunity to help you connect with a nonprofit, seller or buyer. We look forward to helping you realize the greatest tax deductions possible through the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale, while helping you give back to society.