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Florida Property Owners: The Notice Of Proposed Property Taxes From Your County Property Appraiser-Beware Of Deadline For Appeal

by Roetzel & Andress on

What to Do with the Notice - Immediately open the Notice of Proposed Property Taxes and examine its contents for accuracy. The Notice contains column headings which include: - Taxing Authority - Your Property Taxes...more

NJ Adopts “Property Taxpayer Bill Of Rights”

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

New Jersey has adopted a “property taxpayer bill of rights” seeking to assist property owners with the real estate assessment process. New Jersey has one of the nation’s highest property taxes....more

PA Supreme Court Prohibits Taxing Jurisdictions from Specifically Targeting Commercial Properties for Reverse Assessment Appeals

by Reed Smith on

In a landmark decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed lower court decisions affirming the ability of taxing jurisdictions in Pennsylvania to solely target high-value commercial properties for “reverse” tax appeals....more

Oregon House Passes Hidden Property Tax Increase

by Tonkon Torp LLP on

The Oregon House of Representatives just passed a bill (now headed to the Senate) that will significantly increase property taxes in some Oregon cities. House Bill 2088 allows cities to pick the method for determining a...more

Florida Homestead Exemption Audits Are Big Business

by Akerman LLP on

Florida Property Appraisers, primarily in the populated coastal counties, are combing the nation for taxpayers availing themselves of any other resident related benefit in addition to their Florida Homestead Exemption. The...more

2018 Philadelphia County Reassessment Focuses on High Value Properties

by Reed Smith on

The recent property assessments conducted by Philadelphia County focus on 'high-value' commercial, industrial and institutional properties, with increased assessments likely for many. Philadelphia County concluded a...more

Last Call for 2017 Allegheny County Tax Assessment Appeals

by K&L Gates LLP on

The property tax appeal deadline for Allegheny County is quickly approaching. All appeals must be filed on or before March 31, 2017. Under the right circumstances, a property tax assessment appeal can save your business...more

The Property Tax Appeal Process: It’s That Time Again...

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

Here we go again! It's that time that all Guilford County real property owners invariably look forward to [Insert Sarcasm]. Yes, it’s a Revaluation Year in Guilford County. Property owners should be on the lookout: assessment...more

Amendments to Alberta's Municipal Government Act Likely to Reduce Time and Cost of Property Tax Review Process

by Bennett Jones LLP on

As of January 1, 2017, amendments to the Municipal Government Act, R.S.A. 2000 c. M 26 (MGA), came into force, changing how property owners can seek court review of Assessment Review Board decisions in Alberta....more

DEADLINE ALERT: Prudent Property Management Dictates Review of Property Tax Assessments!

by Cole Schotz on

The New Jersey Tax Appeal Filing Deadline is April 3rd. In the upcoming weeks property owners will be receiving their annual property tax assessment notices (postcards) from the municipal assessor’s office. Receipt of...more

ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS: Your Property Tax (TRIM) Notices for 2016 Have Been Mailed To You!

August 23, 2016 By: S. Brendan Lynch Property Appraisers in Florida have now sent out Truth in Millage (TRIM) notices to all property owners, so these notices have either already been received or will be waiting in your...more

Pennsylvania Property Tax Reassessment Update

by Reed Smith on

Several counties in Pennsylvania are conducting countywide property reassessments. This update provides status changes for Washington, Blair and Lancaster Counties, along with a set of important deadlines and basic assessment...more

New Jersey Property Tax Appeal Time

by McCarter & English, LLP on

It is property tax appeal season in New Jersey. If you own or lease commercial, residential and/or investment property in New Jersey, now is the time to review whether you should file a 2016 appeal. If you own real...more

It’s That Time Again! Property Tax Appeals in Connecticut: Know When to File

by McCarter & English, LLP on

The deadline for appealing Connecticut local property taxes is approaching. For many cities and towns, that date is February 20 unless the town has extended the deadline. If a property owner does not file a tax appeal...more

Property Owners: Be Aware of Upcoming Washington Country Tax Reassessment

by Tucker Arensberg, P.C. on

To culminate a process that has been years in the making, in February 2016, Washington County will be issuing notices to real estate owners showing their new property assessments. Because county, municipal and school...more

Environmental Stigma Can Reduce Value of Property - Application of a 5 Percent “Standard” Stigma Devaluation for Contaminated...

by Saul Ewing LLP on

In a case that will have an impact on the owners of property that has been devalued as a result of environmental conditions, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently agreed that contaminated real estate could be appraised at 5...more

Indiana Tax Court Upholds Residential Land Value

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

On September 9, 2015, the Indiana Tax Court upheld the Indiana Board of Tax Review’s decision affirming an assessor’s residential land valuation. In Cooper v. Allen County Assessor, Homeowners argued that the March 1, 2012,...more

Tax Assessment Appeal Preserved

by Cozen O'Connor on

The Commonwealth Court en banc held that a tax appeal from an interim assessment dated September 27, 2012 was properly preserved, notwithstanding that the taxpayer did not appeal a subsequent assessment that reflected a tax...more

Property Tax Assessments: Should you appeal?

by Barley Snyder on

While a recovery is underway for the commercial real estate market, everyone is still looking for ways to cut expenses. Real estate taxes represent one of the most significant expenses of commercial real estate and while many...more

Part 2: …But In the Fourth Department, Repeat Filings Are Not Required?

In Part 1 of this discussion, we highlighted the Appellate Division, Third Department’s holdings on RPTL’s “freeze” provision in the Highbridge Broadway, LLC v City of Schenectady and Scellen v City of Glens Falls cases. As...more

Another NY Appellate Division Holds that Appraisers have “No Right” to Inspect a Private Residence under the Fourth Amendment

We previously reported on a Second Department case that held a municipal agent (including a private appraiser hired by a municipality) is not automatically entitled to an inspection of a private residence to prepare an...more

Real Property Tax Review is Especially Critical in an Upward Trending Market – The 2015 Real Property Tax Appeal Season Has...

by Cole Schotz on

Property owners should be receiving their annual property tax assessment notices (post cards) from the municipal assessor’s office at this time. Receipt of this assessment notice indicates that it is time to determine whether...more

No Tax on Subdivision

by Cozen O'Connor on

A panel of the Commonwealth Court held that taxpayers could not be reassessed when they subdivided a parcel into two parcels but retained title. Raup v. Dauphin County Board of Assessment Appeals, No. 237 C.D. 2014 (Pa....more

It’s That Time Again! Tax Appeals in Connecticut: Know When to File

by McCarter & English, LLP on

The deadline for appealing Connecticut local property taxes is approaching. If you are considering appealing local property taxes this year, the following is a general explanation of Connecticut’s appeal procedure and...more

Commonwealth Court Opinion Contains Important Lessons for Property Owners

On January 23, a panel of the Commonwealth Court in Krohn v. Snyder County Board of Assessment Appeals, Nos. 116 and 117 C.D. 2012 (January 23, 2013), overturned an attempt by Snyder County to reassess a two acre tract of...more

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