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What is Property Tax Grievance?
Property tax grievance is a formal complaint filed against a town’s assessed value on a particular parcel of a property based upon comparable sales. The town places a value on every property. ie – $600,000 – if we can prove your home is worth less than that value, we will accept your grievance. If there are sales in your area that are equal and above that value, we will send you a letter stating that, in our opinion, you have no case. If a neighbor has a similar home and has lower property taxes, it may mean that they are under-assessed; it is not a basis for accepting your case. The easiest cases to win are those on homes that have been purchased within the last year or homes that are currently for sale. To help entice potential buyers we can supply a letter stating an estimated reduction for homes that are for sale.
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“I have used Heller for several years now. They are easy to deal with, professional and very competent. We have saved thousands on our Suffolk County taxes. I would recommend them to everyone who wants to grieve their taxes without any hassles.”
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Long Island Tax Grievance Resources
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Long Island Property Tax Myths and Misconceptions
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Property Taxes in Nassau County & Suffolk County
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Property Taxes in the USA
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How to Lower Your Long Island Property Tax Bill in COVID Times
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