Free Property Tax Appeal Help

When you get your property tax assessment in the mailbox, likely, you assume it’s correct. Right? The authorities are always right!

Of course NOT! Professionals tell us there is a good 50/50 chance real errors exist.

The National Taxpayers Union writes that as many as 60% of all homeowners are over-assessed and not in line with their home value. (“How To Fight Property Taxes” 2004 p.1)

Consumer Reports has published that property tax records show an error rate of 40% exists in estimating property taxes. (Nov.1992 v57 nil p.723)

48% Of All NJ Homeowners are Over-Assessed – reported in: (data obtained from the MOD4 and SR1A files maintained by New Jersey County Assessors).

Do you think that these over-assessment patterns might exist in other states?


Curious Where You Stand?
From A Professional REAL ESTATE APPRAISER A-Z Step-By-Step Low-Cost Course

Property Tax Appeal: As a Homeowner    

(1) Tax Appeal Creator appeal basics ebook explains 10 things you don’t know about real estate tax appeals that make all the difference. Also shows what you need to know and do to get started in creating a winning property tax appeal.

(2) Property Tax Appeal Work-up Analysis Form that delineates the 19 adjustment categories that make for a targeted tax appeal and will communicate your logic to the assessing authorities for a lower tax.

(3) Free Video, How To Decipher a Real Estate Property Tax Assessment – Why your property tax assessment is NOT EQUAL to the market value of your home. What your assessment really says! Check out the overview site and sign up for the FREE Guidebook!

We will show you how to make a convincing case so you stand the best chance to get your property taxes lowered.

We show you the process from the beginning to a successful finish.

We show you how to make adjustments for differences found between your home and the comparables such as:

  • different or similar neighborhood
  • different total square feet of living space
  • different number of rooms, bedrooms, bathsProperty tax assessment
  • difference in sold date preferably within 4 months
  • sales price within general market price of your home
  • sales or financing concessions
  • locational adjustments
  • quality of construction differences
  • style of house differences
  • age of house differences
  • condition differences
  • square footage differences
  • property site and view differences
  • functional utility (deficiencies or overbuilt features) differences
  • number of garages differences
  • swimming pool, fireplace(s), remodeled kitchen, kitchen equipment, etc. differences
  • storm windows or replacement windows or thermopane windows, solar panels
  • basement i.e. finished, unfinished or none differences
  • deck, patio, porch, pools, etc. differences
  • landscaping differences

Click Here: RESIDENTIAL Step-by-step Property Tax Appeal Guide

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Look over the overview site and/or sign up for the FREE Guidebook!


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