Beacon Economics specializes in analyzing the economic impacts of EB-5 investments and regional centers and in accurately demonstrating the economic and employment value an EB-5 project brings to a region.
Beacon Economics’ researchers apply decades of combined experience and top-tier economics training to deliver analyses that illustrate the direct, indirect, and induced effects of EB-5 investments on job creation, household earnings, and demand for business services. State-of-the-art software – IMPLAN and/or RIMS II regional input/output models – is employed as a basis for the firm’s analysis.
To date, none of the regional center applications the Beacon Economics’
staff have worked on have been denied or received a Notice of Intent to Deny from USCIS.
Beacon Economics’ EB-5 work experience spans geographies and industries and includes high-tech manufacturing, health care services, biotechnology, retail, hotels/accommodations, information technology, real estate, and food service.
Customized reports analyzing comprehensive impacts of regional centers
Preliminary regional center-specific investment analysis
Unemployment analysis for Targeted Employment Area (TEA) designation
Determination of appropriate study area for planned projects
Calculation of economic impact of validated business assumptions
Support for USCIS letter requesting TEA designation and help assuring that product meets guidelines
Analysis of basis for direct job creation and/or revenue estimates
Select Industries Served:
Assisted Living Facilities
Select Geographies Served:
- San Francisco Bay Area
- Southern California
- New York