Property Tax Appeals
Our goal is to ensure that our clients are fairly assessed and fairly taxed by municipal, county, and state government. Our practice is pro-active. We strive to provide our clients with the highest quality representation when challenging their tax assessments. When challenging tax assessments, we become familiar with the property to determine whether an assessment is equitable or not. To that end, we ask for information about the property, including its age, condition, size and ability to generate rental income if it’s leased or capable of being leased. We confirm the accuracy of our data by personally inspecting the property and asking the right questions. After a thorough review, we share our findings with our clients and counsel them on whether or not a tax appeal is appropriate. At Stavitsky & Associates LLC, we view our clients as our “partners” and seek their input during each phase of a case. We recognize that our clients have other demands on their time; therefore clients can choose to be as engaged in the process as they wish.
Stavitsky & Associates are experienced in representing clients across a broad array of industries. We successfully achieve assessment reductions for virtually all property types including:
- Corporate Headquarters
- Office Complexes
- Senior Living Facilities
- Warehouse and Distribution Centers
- Research and Development Facilities
- Big Box Retail
- Data Centers
- Shopping Center and Shopping Mall Properties
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Mining/Solution Mining Facilities
- Hydro-power Facilities
No matter what type of property you own, Stavitsky & Associates has the knowledge and expertise to evaluate your property tax assessment and determine whether it is in line with its actual fair market value. If after a thorough evaluation, the property appears to be over assessed, Stavitsky & Associates will recommend an appeal and guide you through every step of the appeal process with one goal in mind: to achieve a fair and equitable assessment to reduce your property tax burden.
- What Does Tax Assessment Mean?
- How Many Comparable Sales Should I Use?
- Do I Have To Appear In Person At The Hearing?
- Why Are Property Tax Assessments Appealed?
- Is A Formal Appraisal Required?
- Do I Need To Have An Attorney To File A Lawsuit?
- How Do I File A Property Tax Appeal?
- Can I Appeal Property Taxes Each Year?
- What Does The Tax Appeals Process Involve?
- What Happens At The Actual Hearing?
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