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Nassau County: (516) 342-4849
Suffolk County: (631) 302-1940

TALK TO AN EXPERT NOW

Nassau County: (516) 342-4849

TALK TO AN EXPERT NOW
Suffolk County: (631) 302-1940

Smithtown Property Tax Grievance

Fill out 1 Simple Form & We Will Handle the Rest

  • We Handle All Paperwork
  • No One Will Visit Your Home
  • Tax Grievance Filing Won’t Raise Your Taxes
  • NO REDUCTION = NO FEE – We Fight For Every Dollar
  • No Upfront Fees
  • Record Reductions for Our Clients

Suffolk County Will Not Voluntarily Reduce Your Assessed Value!

Paying high property taxes in Smithtown? Heller & Consultants Tax Grievance can help. We’ve received historic record tax reductions for many of your Smithtown neighbors in recent years that no other tax grievance service can claim. We can help you too!

Applying is simple, just click here or the Apply Online button on this page to begin saving. Best of all, if you don’t save, you don’t pay!

Please visit “Our Reductions” page to see how much we have saved your neighbors.

Our Record Suffolk County
Property Tax Reductions!

$17,000/yr Old Field Rd, Setauket

$13,000/yr Old Field Rd, Setauket

$9,000/yr Old Field Rd, Setauket

$7,000/yr China Ln, East Setauket

Interesting facts about the Town of Smithtown: Suffolk NY

The town was first settled around 1665. Local legend has it that after rescuing a Native American Chief’s kidnapped daughter, Richard Smith was told that the Chief would grant title to all of the lands Smith could encircle in one day – on a bull. Richard Smith chose to ride the bull on the longest day of the year (summer solstice) – to enable him to ride longer “in one day”. The land he acquired in this way is said to approximate the current town’s location. There is a large anatomically correct statue of Smith’s bull, known as Whisper, at the fork of Jericho Turnpike (New York State Route 25) and St. Johnland Road (New York State Route 25A). Smithtown originally was known as “Smithfield.”

Smithtown NY Tax Grievance

The border between Smithtown and the Town of Huntington is partially defined by Bread and Cheese Hollow Road (Suffolk County Road 4), so named after Bread and Cheese hollow, which according to legend is where Smith stopped on his ride to have a lunch of bread and cheese. The road is reputed to follow part of his original ride.

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