Self-employment accounting. As a general contractor or individual investor running a sole proprietor or partnership operation, your personal finances are intricately involved in your business transactions. You need a CPA specializing in real estate to ensure you’re protected at all times.
Payroll. Working with subcontractors, tenants, office staff and a slew of other professionals on your projects requires a special kind of knowledge about the complexities and mass payroll challenges you often incur. That’s where Mildrid Esua, CPA, PLLC shine.
Cash flow management. With money going in and out during an active construction project, you must rely on your real estate CPA to keep track of the flow. And when you aren’t in an active project, you must still manage cash flow prudently to maintain your company’s financial health.
Internal controls. By recommending the latest, most effective real estate software and mobile apps, as well as workflow processes and internal management parameters, a CPA specializing in real estate sets you up for continued success.
Forecasts and budgets. While no one can predict the future, a real estate CPA with extensive experience in the industry sees the general tides before they arrive and steers your decisions to maximize your profits and reduce your risks.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT ACCOUNTING
Real estate fund accounting is a practice aimed at producing results. A CPA for real estate investors structures your transactions and provides detailed cost analyses of every project you approach. Partner distributions and contributions are meticulously followed so that your interests are always protected.
When you need accounting for the sale of real estate or you’re considering your next big investment opportunity, your CPA specializing in real estate guides you through all the options. Trust your accountant to make suitable and calculated recommendations. Listen to the financial advice you get throughout the year, not just at tax time.