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APPEALING YOUR PROPERTY TAX BILL....
A House as Seen By....
SELLER.....
   

BUYER....
 

LENDER...

APPRAISER...

YOUR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR...

 
 
 
Over the past 12 to 24 months, many home owners have experienced a substantial loss of equity in their homes.  It is unlikely the tax assessors will have the time needed to re-assess all the properties; and, as such the responsiblity will fall into the lap of  each home owner. So if you do not act quickly you may loose the opportunity all together.  In Georgia, all real property is assessed an ad volorem property tax and each county Tax Commissioner is responsible for collecting the taxes.  Additionally,  under Georgia law, tax payers are required to file a tax return for all taxable property owned on January 1 of each year by the designated dead line (see below).
If you disagree with your previous year's value, you should file a return.  As an example: If your home is being assessed in 2008 at $300,000; but due to current market conditions the sales price on houses in your neighborhood may indicate your current market value is only $250,000.  You must file the appeal by the dead line or you will loose ... more

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