Seeing a Trend of Buildings being Sold for Less Than Your Property’s Assessed Value?

By Robert A. Hill, property tax attorney and president, Robert Hill Law, Ltd.

As an owner of one or more business properties, you or your team are likely watching the sales of buildings near to or adjacent to your property. I’d call that a “best practice” in business property ownership. But, a “red flag” is the sale of buildings near your property that don’t match the property tax assessor’s valuation of your property.

If you sold your property today and cannot get payment that matches its assessed value, you’re paying too much in property tax. Why not keep that money to hire those needed employees or begin that business-transforming initiative you believe necessary to remain competitive?

Where do you start? Find a property tax attorney team that can help you quickly and efficiently collect the hard facts to ensure you have a case. Look for a team that is scalable and prides itself in compromise, instead of costly litigation.

We can start you and I’d welcome your call. We’ve built a proprietary software system that quickly and efficiently provides the details to determine whether your perceptions are valid and whether a case is to be made. Since we work strictly on a contingency fee basis, there is no risk to you – only the reward that comes from a substantially reduced tax assessment in line with market principles.

Put a team of relentless advocates to work for you.

Property Tax Reduction Case Studies:

  • Big Box Home Hardware Retailer – $9 million in savings over three years
  • Big Box Pharmacy Retailer – $2 million in savings over four years
  • Minnesota-based Food Retailer – $3.7 million in savings over three years
  • Well-known Food Brand – $250,000 in annual savings

Author Bio:

Robert “Bob” Hill has, for over three decades, successfully represented major companies in property tax appeals through both negotiations with tax assessors and litigation. His dedication to his clients has helped businesses throughout the United States save tens of millions in property taxes. Mr. Hill has earned Martindale-Hubbell’s highest peer review rating of AV-Preeminent for his legal knowledge, communication skills, high ethical standards, and his representation of clients in significant property tax cases.

Posted in Commercial Property Taxes, Industrial Property Taxes.