Real Estate & Construction

Today’s real estate and construction companies must adopt new approaches to abode regulatory requirements and financial risks, while meeting the challenges of expanding globally and achieving continuous growth. Our real estate & construction industry practise has a team of professionals to provide a consistent help in  handling all the challenges facing the sector, from fierce competition and rising costs, to bonding and insurance issues. In addition to traditional audit, tax, and consulting work.  

 

Construction:

The construction industry comprises a wide range of activities involving building, alteration, and/or repair. Examples include residential construction, commercial construction, bridge erection, roadway paving, excavations, demolitions, and large scale painting jobs. Residential construction refers to the building or renovation of single-family dwellings. The vast majority of residential construction jobs are small renovations, such as addition of a room or renovation of a bathroom or kitchen. Commercial construction includes apartments, office and retail buildings, hotels, schools, public buildings, industrial and manufacturing buildings, highways and bridges, sewers, pipelines, power lines, power plants, and other civil engineering projects.

 

Real Estate:

This industry refers to all companies engaged in buying, selling, or renting land, buildings or housing. Major types of real estate businesses include appraisal companies, brokerages, development companies, net leasing companies, property management, real estate marketing, real estate investing, relocation services, and corporate real estate. Within each field, a business may specialize in a particular type of real estate, such as residential, commercial, or industrial property. In addition, almost all construction businesses effectively have a connection to real estate.


 

Retail:

 

Accountants on Air consumer Business practice is built around a team of experts who study the industry, building ultimate knowledge base. Accountants on Air retail professionals look at the consumer-driven supply chain and the factors that influence the market to help companies seize the greatest opportunities. This approach helps enhance our clients’ competitive position, streamline their processes, and stay ahead of changing business processes and technological advances.

 

We serve clients in the retail industry throughout the United States and internationally through Moore Stephens. As advisors to retail companies, our professionals help our clients navigate through the complexities of the major issues they are currently facing in the market, including:

 

  • Cost Management and Optimization

  • Digital Advertising and Social Media

  • Global Expansion and Growth from Emerging Markets

  • M&A and Restructuring

  • Regulatory Reform

  • Risk Management

  • Supply Chain Management and Commodity Price Volatility

  • Sustainability

  • Technology

 

We have served as a trusted advisor to many retail companies. Our knowledge of the industry combined with our pervasive technical experience. In addition, the tools necessary to convert information into insight, enabling us to deliver timely business advice to our clients.