O'Brien Commercial

Pure. Tenant and Corporate Representation.

Capital Expenditures (or Capital Expenses)

Property improvements that cannot be expensed as a current operating expense for tax purposes.  Examples include a new roof, tenant improvements, or a parking lot—such items are added to the basis of the property and then can be depreciated over the holding period.  Distinguished from cash outflows for expense items such as new paint or plumbing repairs (operating expenses) that can be expensed in the year they occur.  Also see operating expenses.