The 2023 property tax appeal filing deadline is fast approaching. Property owners who wish to consider an appeal of their 2023 property tax assessment have a limited window of time to take the steps necessary to assess whether filing an appeal is well-aligned with their specific circumstances – including an initial baseline analysis, evaluation of market value, and other factors.
This 30-minute lunchtime webinar will provide an overview of seven things that need to be considered when contemplating a property tax assessment appeal:
- 2023 tax appeal filing deadlines - important dates, special rules and other FAQs
- A successful tax appeal can significantly lower operating expenses
- Property tax appeals can be filed by any “aggrieved taxpayer"
- Appeals can be based on various claims (including exemptions and errors) but the typical claim is that the property’s assessed value exceeds its true value
- A great time to review an assessment is after a sale or refinancing
- Individual circumstances that could provide a basis for a successful appeal of commercial property
- Be wary of reverse appeals
Our speaker will be:
|Michael J. Coskey
Counsel | Real Estate and Redevelopment & Land Use Departments
Mike Coskey has significant experience in guiding property owners through the evaluation, preparation, filing and prosecution of commercial property tax appeals. He has represented litigants in complex tax appeals, including those involving casinos, office complexes, corporate headquarters, industrial facilities, oil refineries, gas stations, warehouses, hotels, banks, telecommunication facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, apartment buildings and condominiums. He routinely advises clients on related issues regarding valuation, exemptions, abatements, and farmland assessment qualifications.
If you were unable to attend, please view the Program Recording.