Property Tax Assessment

Did you know that property tax records have an error rate of up to 40%?

Did you know that over 98% of all property owners do not challenge their property taxes?

Did you know that homeowners and business properties are assessed significantly higher than their real value?

Local governments use a mass appraisal process to value properties. Often the highest-priced homes or businesses are used as a gauge of the neighborhood’s value. You should carefully review the assessed value reported in your property tax bills.

If your assessed value is higher than your property’s market value, a successful appeal lowering the assessment will pay dividends in lower taxes for years to come.

If you feel your property is over-assessed, schedule a consultation with us to review this in more detail.

Click here to fill out our Tax Assessment Appeal Questionnaire. To submit , print the completed form and fax it to 610-489-1157 or send said form as an attachment to info@millerturetsky.com. Upon receipt, an attorney skilled in the areas of Tax Assessment Appeals will contant you.

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