Residential

Residential

Property owners have the right to appeal their property assessment each year by filing an annual assessment appeal during an open season. In order to successfully appeal your property assessment and reduce your property tax burden, the burden is placed on the property owner to prove that the property is over-assessed. In order to get started, we will first evaluate your chance of successfully reducing your property assessment by reviewing your current assessment and recent property sales data for similar properties in your geographic area. Based on that evaluation, we will provide you with an estimated tax savings. Assuming that we recommend that you file an assessment appeal and you agree to retain our services, we will forward to you a new client package.

After we receive the package documents from you that are necessary to authorize us to file the appeal on your behalf, we will perform all aspects of the appeal and we will actively keep you updated along the way.

You will typically receive four status update letters from our office:

 

  1. A letter confirming that your application was filed
  2. A letter confirming receipt of the Hearing Notice for your oral hearing
  3. A letter providing feedback of the Board’s comments during the oral hearing
  4. A letter confirming receipt of the Board’s formal written decision and an explanation of the tax savings generated from their decision

Residential

Property owners have the right to appeal their property assessment each year by filing an annual assessment appeal during an open season. In order to successfully appeal your property assessment and reduce your property tax burden, the burden is placed on the property owner to prove that the property is over-assessed. In order to get started, we will first evaluate your chance of successfully reducing your property assessment by reviewing your current assessment and recent property sales data for similar properties in your geographic area. Based on that evaluation, we will provide you with an estimated tax savings. Assuming that we recommend that you file an assessment appeal and you agree to retain our services, we will forward to you a new client package.

After we receive the package documents from you that are necessary to authorize us to file the appeal on your behalf, we will perform all aspects of the appeal and we will actively keep you updated along the way.

You will typically receive four status update letters from our office:

 

  1. A letter confirming that your application was filed
  2. A letter confirming receipt of the Hearing Notice for your oral hearing
  3. A letter providing feedback of the Board’s comments during the oral hearing
  4. A letter confirming receipt of the Board’s formal written decision and an explanation of the tax savings generated from their decision