Save thousands with a commercial depreciation schedule

Wear and tear

Property depreciation is a tax deduction claimable by commercial property owners and tenants for the gradual wear and tear of a building and the fixtures and fittings within it over time.


The Australian Tax Office (ATO) allows this deduction to be claimed by all income producing property owners each financial year.

Increases cash flow

A tax depreciation schedule prepared by an expert Quantity Surveyor helps property owners and commercial tenants to substantiate depreciation deductions in a tax return and increases the cash flow from the property.

Commercial owners and tenants can claim

One of the more interesting features with commercial property investing, is that both property owners and commercial tenants are able to claim depreciation deductions for the various assets they own.

Maximise deductions with a commercial depreciation schedule for your property

BMT have completed a number of commercial and industrial property depreciation schedules for a vast range of properties including:

  • Hotels & motels
  • Industrial buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Storage sheds
  • Petrol stations
  • Pubs & clubs
  • Vineyards
  • Preschools
  • Retail complexes
  • Shopping centres
  • Restaurants & cafes
  • Nursing homes & aged care facilities
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Offices
  • Medical centres & day surgeries
  • Plus many more

How do I organise a schedule?

Engaging BMT Tax Depreciation to complete a commercial depreciation schedule for your property couldn’t be easier:

Get a quote

Request a quote for your tax depreciation schedule.

Property details

We’ll collect property details, then contact your Property Manager or Tenant to arrange access to complete a property inspection.

Claim deductions

Your schedule will be available within 5 – 7 days of all information being gathered. BMT can even forward your schedule to your Accountant directly, saving you time.

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