Property Tax Appeal

Owning a home can be rewarding, but paying annual property taxes isn’t. According to the National Taxpayers Union, as many as 60% of properties in the U.S. are assessed at a higher amount than their actual value. Your tax assessor may have overvalued your home, causing you to pay much higher taxes than you should be paying.

That’s where Bankruptcy Home Appraisers steps in.

At Bankruptcy Home Appraisers, we have performed hundreds of tax assessment appraisals over the years. Don’t take the chance of submitting a poorly performed tax assessment appraisal that will give the tax assessor a reason to deny your request for property tax reduction.  Let Bankruptcy Home Appraisers provide you with a professional and accurate tax assessment appraisal performed by an experienced and knowledgeable appraiser.

Before you start the appeal process, research how your local government assesses property. Look at the length of time between assessments as well as how the market value of a home is determined. At Bankruptcy Home Appraisers, we can provide support for our estimate of value. Our primary purpose is to help those property owners who feel that their property taxes are too high.  We do this by helping you appeal your total assessed valuation of your property.  While we are unable to guarantee the outcome of your appeal, an appraisal completed by a state-certified real estate appraiser is a step in the right direction in any dispute with your local tax assessor.

Bankruptcy Home Appraisers specializes in, but is not limited to, valuation of single-family residential, land, multi-family residential, and small-income properties in metro Atlanta.

For property valuation in metro Atlanta that you can trust, contact Bankruptcy Home Appraisers.