- Once a home is under contract, the homeowner can file a grievance
- Lowering the real property taxes by $100 per month, will enable a buyer to purchase a house worth $20,000 more. This will not only get the Seller more money, it will get the Realtor more money in higher commissions.
- The filing deadlines in
Nassau is March 1.
Suffolk is always the 3rd Tuesday in May (May 15th in 2012)
- Your taxes will never go up because you file a grievance.
- Your Star-Enhanced Star and Veterans exemptions are not affected by the tax grievance. Any savings is in addition to these exemptions.
- We only get paid if we are successful. There are no upfront fees whatsoever.
- Our company is owned and operated by an attorney and its employees all are realtors. We have a solid knowledge our local real estate market.
- An estate, a trust, a homeowner and a buyer under contract can all file a tax grievance. A corporation can NOT file.
- A non-owner, rental property is not eligible.
- You generally can file every 2 years for a tax grievance.