What is a property tax appeal and what is the benefit?
A tax appeal is a challenge to the assessed valuation assigned to your property. The benefit to a tax appeal is that it can result in a reduction of property taxes.
What is the process and deadline?
The property tax appeal process involves an analysis of comparable sales or capitalization of income. Your case is prepared according to the court rules and presented to the county tax board or state court in a process similar to a trial.
The deadline is typically April 1st every year.
What are the benefits of having a lawyer file your tax appeal?
An attorney experienced in tax appeals knows the rules, the deadlines and the proofs that will get you the best results. Our attorneys are frequently in front of these courts and boards.
What are the fees?
Our fee is contingent upon saving you money. If there is no savings there is no fee.
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