Looking for CPA based out of Atlanta

5 Replies | Atlanta, Georgia

Hey BP community, can anyone refer me to an Atlanta-based CPA that has experience working with RE investors, especially ones that work with MF units?

Thank you in advance,

JP

@JP A,

There are many good tax accountants on this site. Most of them work remotely with clients from all over the country. Good luck with your search. Let me know if I can be of assistance. 

Regards, 

Bill Hampton 

I was just about to start this same thread. Currently have SFR, but want to move into MF as well. Looking for a solid, reasonably priced CPA with good referrals.

@JP A.

There are many options of finding a local CPA with experience in real estate tax strategies.

1. Use the search function if a BP member previously was in search of a CPA. I like this approach because you can ask the posters who they ended up using and if they like working with them.
I went ahead and pulled up 4 posts of Atlanta BP members asking for a CPA.

https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/51/topics/470...
https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/51/topics/169...
https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/51/topics/460...
https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/647/topics/43...

2. Attend local real estate investment networking events. You can use the Events section of BP or go on meetup.com for groups/events.
Below is a link of an event occurring near Atlanta in the future

https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/521-events-an...

3. Find the big players in Atlanta on BP.
Add the keywords "Atlanta" and/or "Georgia" to the BP keyword alerts. You will notice that there are frequent posters who respond to topics with these keywords. Feel free to add these individuals to your network and ask who they use as a CPA.

4. If you are still unable to find a local CPA - Feel free to broaden your search by looking for a CPA that works with clients remotely. There are many CPA's on BP that do so.

In the meantime - feel free to ask any tax related questions. I would be glad to give my input.

Good luck on your search!