Quantity Surveyor Perth - any recommendations?

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  1. MicrowaveJenny

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    Hi
    Looking for a good QS in Perth for a depreciation schedule on an IP. Would anyone have any recommendations please? :)
    Thanks
     
  2. Sackie

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    Depreciator Moderator Staff Member

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    I would recommend us, Depreciator, but that would probably be a bit cheeky.
     
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  4. MicrowaveJenny

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    Thanks :)
     
  5. Ross Forrester

    Ross Forrester Well-Known Member Business Member

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    LMW Hegney, BMT, Depreciator, Washington Brown
     
  6. Westminster

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    There really isn't any Perth specific ones. Most of the nationals will all service here like Depreciator (above), BMT or Washington Brown.
     
  7. thesuperman

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    I've heard of BMT, Depreciator & Washiongton Brown. In people's experience here, is there much difference in the outcome between picking one of these ones over the other? Getting a higher depreciation benefit?
     
  8. Ross Forrester

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    They should all give an accurate assessment of the actual construction costs. You do not want a fabrication. You are still signing off on your tax return.
     
  9. FrivolousPanda

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    I'm unsure about this but have a vague recollection that accountants could have a preference based on the format or the details included of the report provided.
     
  10. Mike A

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    I like the format of depreciator the best. BMT is good as well. Either of them will do a great job. Washington brown also a good operator.
     
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