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Real estate property taxReal Property Tax and Real Estate Consulting

Because no two properties are the same, United Paramount Tax Group has a variety of approaches to utilize at our disposal. We consider all possibilities before determining how to best fight each assessment. It may be that your assessment is where it needs to be, or perhaps it is lower than the market indicates.  If so, then we will not try to make a case if there is not one to be made. If there is potential for providing savings, we will exhaust all avenues and methods of reduction afforded us through our many resources.

Real Estate Consulting To Maximize Savings

Here are just a few of the critical functions we perform to secure reductions for real estate holdings.

  • Review real estate appraisals annually to ensure reasonable assessments
  • Analyze income statements, rent rolls and comparable income data for revenue-producing properties to ensure a fair valuation
  • Review comparable sales of similar properties
  • File appeals with the appropriate boards of review
  • Meet with appropriate taxing authorities after reviewing appraised value
  • Attend both informal and formal hearings on property owner’s behalf
  • Research delinquent taxes owed and study previous tax years for potential refunds
  • Research tax exemptions
  • Conduct agricultural appraisal reviews
  • Provide binding arbitration support when needed
  • Provide litigation support when needed
  • Prepare and submit appropriate reports covering the complete property portfolio
  • Create custom reports for clients as desired

Perhaps this is the first time you have considered protesting your real estate account for potential property tax savings.  Maybe you have had another consulting firm represent you in the past. Regardless, we would appreciate an opportunity to prove that while you have many options, choosing UPTG to represent your real estate accounts will result in maximum property tax savings that will be applied directly to your bottom line.

FAQ

What is real estate property tax?

Property tax refers to the tax paid on property owned by an individual or other legal entity. Usually, it is a real estate ad-valorem tax that a local government calculates. The tax rate depends on where the property is located and how much its value is. It can also be used based on the value of the owned property, including land.

What's the difference between real estate taxes and property taxes?

Property taxes are the same as real estate taxes. They are both levied on most properties in the United States and paid to state and local governments. The funds collected from property taxes or real estate taxes are typically used to help local and state services. Remember that there are various property types that an individual can own, and each of them is taxed based on several factors.

How do I calculate real property tax?

You can calculate your property taxes by taking the mill levy and multiplying it by your property’s assessed value. If you are having a hard time calculating your real estate property tax, you may contact us to help you. As a real estate consulting company, we can review the relevant information regarding your property and estimate its overall value.

What are real estate consulting services?

A real estate consultant or company provides real estate consulting services. These refer to the specialized investments or financial advice given to clients to buy, sell, or invest in property. United Paramount Tax Group is a trusted real property tax and real estate consulting company offering different services to help you maximize your savings. We can do the following real estate consulting services:

  • Analyze your income statements, rent rolls, and comparable income data for revenue-producing properties to ensure a fair valuation

  • Attend both informal and formal hearings on your behalf

  • Conduct agricultural appraisal reviews

  • Create custom reports

  • File appeals with the appropriate boards of review

  • Meet with relevant taxing authorities after reviewing the appraised value

  • Prepare and submit relevant reports covering the complete property portfolio

  • Provide binding arbitration support when needed

  • Provide litigation support when needed

  • Research delinquent taxes owed and studied previous tax years for possible refunds

  • Research tax exemptions

  • Review comparable sales of similar properties

  • Review real estate appraisals annually to ensure reasonable assessments