To leverage our best in class expertise and bring about the best results - lower tax bills - each time we appeal a property assessment, to maximize our clients savings and positively impact their bottom line.
"We are writing to let you know how pleased we are at the professionalism, level of service, and passionate commitment to achieving the best possible result that was demonstrated throughout your involvement in appealing our property tax for 2010. Thanks for saving us $4,741.90 for 2010 alone."
Days Inn, Cherokee County, GA
We are committed to lowering taxes and ensuring that our clients pay only the correct amount they owe on their properties. Each year thousands of commercial property or luxury residential property owners pay more taxes than they owe as a result of receiving incorrect assessments of their properties' actual value.
Whether your property is in a large metropolitan city or a small rural area, we dedicate the full resources of our qualified team to lowering your tax bill. We are staffed with consultants who are intimately familiar with the tax laws and appeals processes of the local counties where properties are located. In this way, we offer consistently accurate results.
We work on a contingency basis only and earn a percentage of the savings that we obtain for you by lowering your property taxes, but there is no upfront cost or any downside risk. We do all the work and earn our fees only when we are successful in appealing your property tax bill. Our 2009 success rate was a most impressive 100% so why would you look any further? We're ready to represent your tax appeal today.
A property tax (or Millage tax) is an Ad Valorem Tax levy on the value of property that the owner of the property is required to pay to a government in which the property is situated. Multiple jurisdictions may tax the same property.
A property tax rate is often given as a percentage. It may also be expressed as per mille (amount of tax per thousand currency units of the property value), which is also known as a millage rate or mill levy. A mill is also one-thousandth of a currency unit. To calculate the property tax, the authority will multiply the assessed value of the property by the mill rate and then devide by 1000.
For example, say Fulton County, Georgia mill rate is 35. A property with an assessed value of $1,000,000, the property tax would be $1,000,000 X 35 divided by 1000 which would equal $35,000. In Georgia assessed value is 40% of the Fair Market Value.
Property Tax America has earned the trust and respect of commercial property owners and owners of luxury residences in handling their tax needs. We also specialize in addressing the tax assessment needs of hotel and motel owners in the southeast by providing comprehensive, results-oriented services, Read more...