Tax Grievance Procedures

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8 02, 2017

Appeal Your Property Tax Bill

Appeal Your Property Tax Bill Anyone who wishes to appeal their property bill needs to first of all carefully read their real estate assessment. You can actually reduce your property tax bill and the best way to do that is to appeal the value that your home was assigned by the taxman. It's [...]

26 01, 2016

Long Island Tax Reduction Process Made Easy

Long Island Tax Grievance Process Contrary to popular belief, the process of real estate tax reduction is not lengthy. In fact, with the right Tax Grievance firm, your grievance will be settled successfully and quickly. The Heller & Consultants Tax Grievance is the Long Island Tax Grievance agency that you need to file [...]

17 03, 2014

Last Chance for This Year’s Suffolk County Property Tax Grievance Filing!

Important facts about Suffolk County Property Tax Grievance: Tax Grievance deadline of May 20th 2014 applies to the following Suffolk townships:  East Hampton, South Hampton, Brookhaven, Riverhead, Babylon, Huntington, Shelter Island, Southold, Islip, and Smithtown. Filing a Property Tax Grievance cannot raise your Property Taxes. Any homeowners in Suffolk county that misses the Property Tax [...]

7 02, 2014

The Deadline For Tax Grievance Approaches

The Heller & Consultants Tax Grievance  Featured in Long Island Pulse Magazine Author: Justine Lorelle LoMonaco | Published: Monday, January 27, 2014 Discovering that your home is being taxed at a higher value than it is worth means it’s time to start grieving. But don’t worry—that doesn’t mean investing in a box of tissues and [...]

9 12, 2013

5 Ways Grieving Your Property Taxes Can Help

Sell Your Home Faster For More Money Help #1-Makes your home more attractive to a buyer by reducing the annual property taxes burden. Help #2-We will issue you and your agent a letter to show potential buyers.  The letter will state that the property taxes are being professionally grieved in addition to showing annual projected [...]

5 11, 2013

Tax Grievance Nassau County-Inside Nassau’s Top Secret Under-Assessment Policy & Why You Could be Paying Twice What Your Neighbor Is

Nassau County Tax Grievance has been a hot button for years now in the press ever since the county was court ordered to reassess in 2002. The reassessment for better or worse has caused a multitude of issues for both Nassau County and its homeowners’. Then Ed Mangano, Nassau Counties current County Supervisor, who among [...]