Ep. 61: Cost Segregation: The Win-Win-Win, with Frank Giudici

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Lance is the Founder and Managing Partner of Verivest, an end-to-end real estate investment platform designed to bring transparency and trust to middle-market investing, and a Principal in Fairway America, a real estate private equity firm in Portland, Oregon.

Frank Giudici is a former civil engineer turned Business Development Director for Bedford Cost Segregation. Cost Segregation is the not-so-secret tax weapon designed to help passive investors accelerate depreciation deductions, defer tax, and improve their cash flow. Frank joins Lance to unpack how and why it’s such a powerful, proactive tool—especially while the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is still in place. That said, not all Cost Segregation is created equal, and Frank breaks down the risks of un-certified Cost Segregation.

This Week’s Guest

Frank Giudici is a Business Development Director at the Bedford Team.

He is instrumental in fostering relationships with people who can take advantage of the value-adds that the Bedford Team provides and constantly seeks to educate those on the subject matters of cost segregation, energy-efficiency and R&D.

Prior to joining the Bedford Team, Frank received his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and then spent 13-years in the Construction Management industry working throughout the Northeast on a variety of construction projects (high-rise condo, K-12 education, office fit-out, data center, etc.) in a variety of roles. Most recently, he served as the Procurement Manager over-seeing the buy-out strategy and implementation for multiple nanotech projects in Upstate New York.

Frank’s expansive construction management background paired with his well-versed communication and detail-oriented nature bodes well for enriching peoples’ lives (pun-intended).

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