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Pending tax reform, prepaying 2018 real estate taxes could benefit Illinois individual taxpayers

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

In light of the tax reform bill pending in Congress, individuals throughout Illinois should give strong consideration to prepaying 2018 real estate taxes now to receive the largest possible benefit on their 2017 tax returns....more

Why Did My Property Tax Bill Go Up?

by Tonkon Torp LLP on

Property taxes have skyrocketed for many Oregonians this year – with some taxpayers experiencing double digit percentage increases over the year before and average increases in the Metro area of 11 % (Multnomah), 6.5 %...more

One Reason Your Property Taxes Skyrocketed - New Bond Measures

by Tonkon Torp LLP on

Contrary to popular belief, Oregon law does not limit property tax increases to three percent per year. If you received a property tax statement this year, you may have learned this the hard way. Overall tax rates are now at...more

Current Issues for Higher Education Real Estate Lawyers

by Bowditch & Dewey on

Campus Real Estate, Property Management, Tax Credits The 15th Annual Higher Education Real Estate Lawyers conference was held in San Francisco, where attendees listened to and learned from both in-house and outside counsel at...more

Helping Handbook for Those Affected by Northern California Wildfires

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

This handbook provides an overview of some of the issues that individuals, families, and small businesses may face as a result of the wildfires that swept Northern California in October 2017. Please note that this handbook...more

Don't Get Overtaxed: Successful Tax Assessment Challenge Shows Benefits of Apartment Owner Due Diligence

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

By statute, a variety of property types are assessed based on specific approaches to value – in some cases, at the lowest value indicated by a number of valuation approaches. Apartments are one such property type and, as...more

A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to Reduce a Property’s Taxes: A Supplemental Notice of Value

by Buchalter on

In the next few weeks, county assessors throughout Arizona will issue supplemental notices of value for the 2018 tax year. Supplemental notices are issued when there is new construction or additions, parcel splits or...more

Understanding Property Tax Delinquency in Indiana Law

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

What happens if an Indiana property owner fails to pay property tax? If this is a persistent failure, the property owner will be subject to sanctions under Indiana Code §§ 6-1.1-24 and 25 et seq. The ultimate sanction — the...more

New Useful Florida Homestead Concepts Diagram

by Charles (Chuck) Rubin on

Several years ago I prepared a table to assist practitioners in determining what restrictions apply on a transfer of homestead property at death or during lifetime. Homestead status has other implications, including...more

South Carolina Conservation Easements for Farm and Forestry Property

by McNair Law Firm, P.A. on

There are 12.9 million acres of commercial forestland in South Carolina. More than half of the forestland is family-owned, and 82% of private owners live on the land. The state also has about 25,000 farms, which encompass 4.9...more

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

South Carolina County Government Must Give Taxpayers a Hearing on Property Tax Penalty Where the Taxpayer Raises County Error

by McNair Law Firm, P.A. on

If South Carolina property taxes are not timely paid, the county Assessor must assess a late-payment penalty. However, the county Treasurer is given authority to waive an assessed late payment penalty if a taxpayer can...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

Valero Refining-Texas, L.P. v. Galveston Central Appraisal District: A Strategic Opportunity?

by K&L Gates LLP on

The Texas Supreme Court recently handed an owner of a Texas oil refinery a significant victory in Valero Refining-Texas, L.P. v. Galveston Central Appraisal District, No. 15-0492, 2017 WL 727276 (Tex. Feb. 24, 2017). In a...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

(US) There Are Two New York Real Estate Transfer Tax Proposals to Watch in Governor Cuomo’s Proposed Budget

by Reed Smith on

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo introduced his FY 2018 budget proposal on January 17. The proposal includes several significant revenue-raisers, including a few that could impact the New York real estate market....more

Challenging New York City Real Property Taxes: Tentative Assessments and Initiation of the Tax Cert Process

by Akerman LLP on

New York City faces a continuing decline in state and federal funding and increased property taxes continue to be a reliable revenue stream to fund local services. Every January 15th, the NYC Department of Finance (DOF) sends...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

Property Tax Assessor Presumed Too Much

by Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP on

Even though property acquired during marriage is presumed to be community property, for property tax change in ownership purposes the Los Angeles County Property Tax Assessor’s Office believes otherwise. Fortunately, the...more

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