Admin on 05/06/2010
Over the last year, homeowners have become frustrated as their property tax rates still reflect property values before the housing market bust. Counties across the nation are seeing property tax appeal cases skyrocket.
Guest Authored by Raymond Stoklosa, Co-Owner and Managing Broker of The RayChel Realty Group on 11/16/2009
If you have bought a home in San Mateo County, CA since 2000 you may be eligible for a reduction in your property taxes. Upon request, the tax assessor will reassess the tax value of your home. By following a few rules, you may...
Charlie Walsh on 11/07/2009
The assessment appeal process will vary depending on which county you live in, but generally the process will go something like this.
Charlie Walsh on 10/22/2009
Each year counties around the country send out notices in the mail letting homeowners know what the new assessed value of their home is for property tax purposes. Unlike most counties around the county, King County, WA doesn’t send...
Charlie Walsh on 09/11/2009
When parking spaces are assessed separately from the rest of your property the total bill is a lot higher than it first appears.
Charlie Walsh on 09/10/2009
Is your home assessed for more than similiar homes nearby?
Charles Walsh on 07/14/2009
Appealing your property tax assessment can be complicated. Here are a few tips that may save you time and help you succeed where others have failed.
Matt Willis on 06/01/2009
We are excited to announce that our property tax appeal service has officially launched and is providing supporting evidence for 2010 tax appeals.