10 Things Everyone Should Know About Tax Grievance

  1. Once a home is under contract, the homeowner can file a grievance
  2.  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.
  3. The filing deadlines in

    Nassau is March 1.
    Suffolk is always the 3rd Tuesday in May (May 15th in 2012)
     
  4.  Your taxes will never go up because you file a grievance.
  5.  Your Star-Enhanced Star and Veterans exemptions are not affected by the tax grievance. Any savings is in addition to these exemptions.
  6.  We only get paid if we are successful. There are no upfront fees whatsoever.
  7.  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.
  8.  An estate, a trust, a homeowner and a buyer under contract can all file a tax grievance. A corporation can NOT file.
  9.  A non-owner, rental property is not eligible.
  10.  You generally can file every 2 years for a tax grievance.

 

 

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#7 David 2012-10-17 13:11
If I am successful in reducing my taxes, what happens then? When can I expect the the changes to my payments?
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#6 Peter Wagner 2012-03-08 09:31
Kudos to All Island. They reduced my taxes tremendously (over $1K!!!) They are professional, informative, and customer service oriented. Cori and her team know the marketplace and can get the job done. I'm a real estate attorney, and I refer all of my clients to All Island. If you need a reference, call me. 6314821433
Pete Wagner www.horanandwagner.com
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#5 J.Barrett-Gordon 2012-02-03 12:55
Can i file a tax grievance if i filed chapter 7?
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#4 lisa 2012-01-29 17:38
Can I file a grievance if I have a pool with no permit?
Can I file a grievance with open permit on detach garage?
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#3 Greg 2012-01-05 17:13
Thanks for the tips!
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#2 Janie Graham 2011-11-23 11:28
Thank you for this post! I didn't even really know what tax grievance was in the first place. This makes a lot more sense and I also appreciate the tips.
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#1 2011-01-27 05:15
This is only a test, please disregard.
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