2017 NEW YORK TAX APPEAL APPRAISAL SERVICES
PROVIDING NEW YORK TAX APPEAL APPRAISAL SERVICES IN
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, PUTNAM COUNTY, ROCKLAND COUNTY AND NEW YORK CITY!
WE HAVE BEEN HELPING HOMEOWNERS FIGHT THEIR TAXES THROUGHOUT WESTCHESTER, BRONX, PUTNAM AND ROCKLAND COUNTY FOR THE LAST 15 YEARS. IF YOU INTEND TO FILE A TAX APPEAL YOU WILL NEED AN APPRAISAL. CALL US TODAY FOR A DISCOUNTED APPRAISAL FEE.
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The Following Cities Have the Next Deadlines for New York Tax Grievance Appeals in 2016!
Westchester County Tax Grievance
Grievance Deadline day is June 21, 2017
Bedford, Cortlandt, Eastchester, Greenburgh, Harrison, Lewisboro, Mamaroneck, Mt. Vernon, New Castle, New Rochelle, North Castle, North Salem, Ossining, Peekskill, Pelham, Pound Ridge, Rye, Scarsdale, Somers, Yorktown
We have Rockland County Real Estate Appraisers Standing By to Assist You!
February 21th 2017 is the deadline for the following Rockland County municipalities...
May 23th 2017 is the deadline for the following Rockland County municipalities...
If you live in Putnam County the New York State 2017 Tax Appeal Grievance Deadline Is As Follows.....
4th Tuesday in May (May 23, 2017) for the following municipalities...
ATTENTION NYC PROPERTY OWNERS!
Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and New York tax payers must file their Tax Grievance Application with the New York City Tax Commission.
GREIVANCE DAY - MARCH 1, 2017 (CLASS 1 PROPERTIES 1-3 FAMILY) AND MARCH 15, 2017 (CLASS 2, 3 AND 4 -ALL OTHER PROERTIES).
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New York Real Estate Tax and Assessment appeal APPRAISAL services provided by Christopher Greco Appraisal Services, Inc for the entire NEW YORK Metro Area. We provide expert experience in New Rochelle, Westchester County, Rockland, Putnam, Nassau, Bronx, New York City, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and beyond. Christopher Greco Appraisal Services provides superior appraisals completed by a New York State Certified and Insured Appraiser.
If you own property in New York State, you are eligible for formal review of your assessment.
There are two levels of formal review:
1. Administrative review - the "grievance" process is conducted at the municipal level
2. Judicial review
· In order to pursue judicial review you must first go through administrative review
· includes two options:
o Small Claims Assessment Review (SCAR) - a low-cost option available to most homeowners;
o Tax certiorari proceedings in State Supreme Court - to pursue this option, you should contact an attorney.
Before pursuing formal review of your assessment, you should first determine if you are assessed fairly:
Step One: What is the assessor's estimate of the market value of your property?
You'll find this information on the assessment roll.
You should check your assessment annually prior to Grievance Day (typically the fourth Tuesday in May, but confirm the date with your assessor).
If your municipality is assessing at 100% of market value, your assessment and the assessor's estimate of market value will be identical.
If assessments are not at 100% of market value, you can use this formula to calculate the assessor's estimate of market value:
Step Two: Develop an estimate of the market value of your property
Generally, if the assessor's estimate of the market value of your property reflects roughly the amount for which you could sell your property, then your assessment is fair.
Step Three: If your assessment is too high
If you are assessed fairly, but you feel that your taxes are too high
Assessors do not determine your property taxes. If you feel as though your assessment accurately reflects the market value of your property, but you still feel that your property taxes are too high, you may wish to address this matter with the taxing jurisdictions that impose taxes in your community - school board, county legislature, city council, town board, fire district and other special districts.
The assessor cannot assist you with tax matters, but only with matters pertaining to the assessed value of your property.
Christopher Greco Appraisal Services has provided New York tax appeal appraisal services throughout Westchester County since 2000. If you believe that your property value is less than your total tax value and assessment then you likely have a case to fight and grieve your New York property taxes!
It is extremely important that you know the dates from your local assessor's office for New York tax filing and grievance deadlines! Compliance with these deadlines is critical to your New York / County Tax Grievance success. If you miss the deadline you are likely out of luck! That’s where we come in...as a courtesy to anyone visiting this page we have provided all the dates you need to know below. Check the dates and then contact your town hall to confirm the date.
Westchester County Grievance Days
Westchester County Residential Assessment Ratios
The following are the latest published residential ratios published by New York State for Westchester County: CHECK BACK SOON
To determine what your municipality thinks your property is worth, divide your assessment by the Residential Assessment Ratio provided from the tables below.
New York State Law
New York State Law requires all properties in each municipality to be assessed at a uniform percentage of market value each year. This means that all properties in each City, Town and Village must be assessed at market value or all at the same uniform percentage of market value each year.
Once the market value of each property is determined, the assessor applies the municipal-wide level of assessment to the market values.
In communities where assessments are maintained at a level of assessment of 100%, a property's assessment is the assessor's estimate of its market value. If a community is assessing at a percentage of market value, each assessment should be based on the percentage being used throughout the community.
If the market value of a property is $100,000 and the community is assessing at 30% of market value, the assessment on that property would be $30,000.
The below information is proivded by New York State Office of Real Property Services.
Taxable Status/Exemption Filing Date:
The ownership and physical condition of real property as of this date are assessed (valued) according to price fixed as of the valuation date. All applications for property exemptions must be filed with assessor by this date.
Property Taxes Too High?
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