Is it Worth It to Appeal Your Property Tax?

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You do not have anything to lose by appealing a property tax, but you could save yourself some serious dough. 

There are several ways to appeal your taxes:

1. Check for tax record errors.

2. Demonstrate the market value.

3. Use the assessment ratio.

4. Take note of environmental factors.

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Ryan Case
Pacific Servicing - Temecula, CA

My home was automatically reassessed after I purchased it in 2009 (Originally assessed for $830,000, reassessed to $430,000.

Sep 10, 2010 11:28 AM #1
BROKER: Sheryl Lynn Webster
Venture Home Realty - Clearwater, FL
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I have had home owners do this successfully... it is worth a shot if the value is off the mark.

Sep 10, 2010 11:29 AM #2
Lisa Hicks
The Maine Real Estate Network - Monmouth, ME
Kennebec County Real Estate Agent, Central Maine R

Ilyce - it is definitely worth it to appeal your property tax!  Before marching in to see the Assessor, though, every homeowner needs to equip him/herself with facts - exactly the same ones you have outlined in your blog. 

Sep 10, 2010 11:48 AM #3
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