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Real Estate Assessment Tax Appeals

Posted by attorney Michael Kuldiner

Do you feel you are paying too much in property tax? YOU PROBABLY ARE! We are experts at lowering property taxes to their appropriate levels so that you no longer have to overpay. Our Real Estate Tax Specialists are able to lower your property taxes using our intimate knowledge of governmental tax regulations and property evaluations. Given the downturn in the economy and the softening of the real estate market, now is an excellent time to review your property tax assessment on all holdings, including: o Residential o Commercial o Industrial Our experienced Property Tax Appeal Specialists will work with leading professionals in the fields of appraisals and assessments to determine to what extent you are overpaying. We are able to use our intimate knowledge of the Property Tax Appeal process and legislature to lower your property taxes to their correct levels. This process can be lengthy and complex. It is important to have the finest representation in order to maximize your savings. Our Property Tax Appeal Specialists are uniquely trained to navigate through the pitfalls of the tax appeal process. Using various ratios established by the Pennsylvania State Tax Equalization Board and any changes in the market value, we streamline the otherwise complicated tax appeal process. One of our seasoned attorneys will represent you in any court proceedings or county appearances. The Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner will aggressively represent your interests in order to obtain the largest tax savings possible. While the economy continues to suffer, it is of great importance for Americans to save money at every opportunity. Our process enables property owners to realize a great deal of savings afforded to them by the law. SERVICE ADVANTAGE The advantage of our service is the fully contingent agreement. We do not charge a single dollar unless we save you money. This is a nominal one time fee considering the tax savings you will enjoy for years to come. Properties with higher than average tax reduction rates: o New Properties o Retail Properties o Properties with New Additions o Vacant Properties o Renovated Properties o Rental Properties o Re-Zoned Properties o Investment Properties o Small Businesses o Condominiums o Factories o And Many More... In Pennsylvania, the deadline for filing is different depending upon in which class of county you have property. 1ST CLASS Philadelphia 1st Monday in October 2ND CLASS Allegheny February 28th 2ND CLASS A* Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery September 1st 3RD CLASS* Berks, Chester, Dauphin, Erie, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lehigh, Luzerne, Northampton, Westmoreland, and York September 1st 4TH - 8th CLASS All Other Counties All Other Counties *The deadline is September 1 or an alternate date that may be set by the particular county board of assessment (for Bucks County that date is August 1) In New Jersey, the deadline for filing appeals of property assessment is April 1. Contact us today for your free consultation.

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