Property Tax Appeal Service - Is Your Property Overassessed?

Lower Your Property Tax With A Property Tax Appeal

Over 25% of American homes are overassessed each year, which results in drastically inflated property taxes. All taxing authorities are required by law to allow property owners to dispute their tax assessment if they believe it is too high.'s Property Tax Appeal Service allows you to instantly check if your property is overassessed and estimate your potential tax savings. Even if you can't appeal your taxes now, we will email you when you when an appeal becomes available. Filing a successful property tax appeal results in an average savings of $1,346 per year.

If You Are Overassessed
And Your Appeal Window Is Open
If You Are Overassessed
And Your Appeal Window Is Closed
If We Cannot Determine
Window Open Or Closed
We can help you write and send a successful property tax appeal.
We will alert you via email for free when it's time to appeal
We can refer you to a tax lawyer

Property Information (required)

Please enter the full address of the property you believe is overassessed.

Property Address *
City *
State *
Zip *
Primary Residence? Yes  No 

Property Owner's Contact Information (required)

Homeowner's Name *
Email Address *
Contact Number *
Please include any additional information that may be beneficial in filing a property tax appeal for your property.

Property Appraisal Information

This optional information will help us better assess your property tax situation. Your proposed appraisal is what you believe the actual fair market value of your property should be.

Current Appraisal ($)
Current Property Tax
Proposed Appraisal
Square Footage
Number of Bedrooms

Property Tax Appeal Information

Is there an error in the municipality data that you're certain increases the assessed value of your home? Example: Does your home have fewer bedrooms, bathrooms, or square feet than the municipality records say you do?
Are there any significant issues with the building or property that may affect its assessed value? Example: Fire or water damage, drainage issues, traffic noise, zoning restrictions, etc.

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