ATO Compliant

Industry-qualified quantity surveyors & trained in-house staff provide reliable, accurate, ATO-compliant depreciation reports in accordance with the latest government rulings & interpretations. Read More

Comprehensive Reporting

DEPPRO produces a comprehensive investment property depreciation report to enable investors to claim their full depreciation entitlements as quickly as possible. Read More

Maximum Entitlements

DEPPRO can help you claim maximum tax entitlements on your property and reduce your taxable income, remember even the oldest propery has tax depreciation value. Read More

Bell Partners enjoys the personalised service received from DEPPRO, together with their fast, efficient and precise reports.
Anthony Bell
CEO
Bell Partners
We have been using DEPPRO's services on behalf of our clients for the past 12 months. During this time we have found their responsiveness and level of professionalism to be outstanding.
Nikolas Hatzistergos
Managing Director
William Buck (NSW) Pty Limited
We have been dealing with DEPPRO since March 2012, and have found their service and client care to be exceptional. DEPPRO is our preferred supplier in this space.
Mark Pizzacalla
Managing Partner
HLB Mann Judd

Upcoming Regional Visits

Contact our Customer Service hotline on 1300 888 489 to find out when DEPPRO experts are visiting your local area.
01May
01-May
Hervey Bay & Bundaberg, QLD
Contact: Pamela on 0734205755
01May
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Gladstone, QLD
Contact: Pamela on 0734205755
03May
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Kununurra, WA
Contact: Denise on 08 9381 6100

Latest Blogs

27 April 2016

'Hidden' Tax Benefits for Property Investors can be Sitting in their own Front Garden

A Tax Depreciation blog by Paul Bennion.

It is estimated that each year hundreds of millions of dollars in legitimate tax benefits are never claimed by property investors throughout Australia. This occurs because many property investors do now use the service of a qualified tax depreciation specialist to identify items throughout their property that can be claimed for tax depreciation purposes.

18 April 2016

Five Key Questions Answered About Tax

A Tax Depreciation blog by Paul Bennion.

1. What is Tax Depreciation? Tax depreciation on a residential property is a deduction against assessable income allowing the owner to reduce the amount of taxation payable. An investor is able to claim for two distinct types of depreciation on buildings. The first is Capital Allowance which is a deduction based on the historical construction costs of the property and may include surveying, engineering, architectural and building fees.  The second is Plant and Equipment which includes items such as floor coverings, window treatments and fixed equipment i.e. cookers.

12 April 2016

How to Boost your Rental Returns During Periods of Rising Vacancy Rates

A Property blog by Paul Bennion.

One of the biggest challenges that many landlords will face over the coming year is finding a suitable tenant for their rental property who will pay a satisfactory level of rent. This is particularly the case in capital cities where the resources slowdown has seen a blow-out in vacancy rates such as Perth and Darwin and where there is now a downward pressure on rents.