NY Property Grievance Info

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27 02, 2017

E-mails: Tax abatement end notifications did reach Edward Mangano’s staff

    Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano received a warning Last July that in 2017 the popular tax cut which averaged one hundred and sixty six dollars would no longer be applied. Even though he was warned about it, Mangano failed to inform about 44 thousand senior citizens who did get the abatement concerning the [...]

20 02, 2017

$1.7B Tax Shift in Nassau Created by Mangano’s Overhaul

After he got elected, Edward Mangano's tax overhaul led to the creation of 2 different property assessment systems that are not only unequal, but also separate The Nassau County Executive's actions seem to have had a massive impact on the county's economy. 1 system covers about sixty one percent of the country's commercial and residential [...]

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 [...]

10 01, 2017

4 New Year Resolutions for Real Estate Agent Success in 2017

Whether you believe in resolutions or not, making a list of action items can help you achieve your goals in 2017! Here are some great items to add to your list as you set goals for the new year, and set yourself up for success! 1- Review your business plan. Now is a great time [...]

13 12, 2016

How to Be Indispensable

With rapidly changing technologies, and virtually unlimited access to information, agents have to adapt and find unique ways to accommodate their clients’ needs.  Here are a few thoughts about being an indispensable agent. 1. Your marketing strategy. In order to stay relevant, and in business, agents need effective marketing strategies.  Effective advertisements feel authentic and organic and focus [...]

12 10, 2016

What is a Tax Grievance?

What is a Tax Grievance? Before we answer that, we need to first of all define assessment. The assessment is practically the basis of the real estate tax bill. In general, this bill is your assessment times the tax rate. Your home’s assessment is a certain percentage (that may change on a yearly [...]

6 10, 2016

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional to File Your Tax Grievance

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional to File Your Tax Grievance Filing your tax grievance on your own is certainly possible and in order to do so, you’ll only have to assess the market value of your property, followed by filling out your Grievance petition and finally writing a letter [...]

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 [...]

19 01, 2016

Commercial Real Estate: Will my property taxes go up as a result of my purchase price?

Commercial real estate transactions are on the increase and the volume is expected to reach a new high in 2016. Because of this, a lot of owners have started to research this trend and the way their buying price is going to influence their commercial property tax. We have a lot of potential buyers that [...]

20 01, 2015

Nassau County Tax Grievance 2015

Property Tax Grievance Nassau County NY Homeowners in Nassau County have one chance a year to lower they’re exorbitant property taxes and this year the tax grievance filing deadline is March 2, 2015. According to a study by Zillow, Nassau County pay’s the nation’s fourth highest property taxes in the nation. Nassau County is one [...]

4 12, 2014

5 Reasons to Hire a Firm to File Your LI Tax Grievance

Tax Grievance Expert Adam Heller You can undoubtedly file your Suffolk or Nassau County tax grievance by yourself. You only need to be able to research your property’s market value, fill out a Grievance petition, submit it to your assessor’s board, and most likely appear in a court appeal hearing. That said, we [...]

17 07, 2014

5 Things Agents Need to Know About the Tax Grievance Process

There are a lot of misconceptions about the tax grievance process and how it works. Here is some information that will help you to understand the process, and help you to explain to your clients how the process can help you to sell their home faster and potentially for more money. 1. The Assessment People [...]