Property Tax Appeals

Industrial and Commercial Property Tax Appeals

December 31, 2014 was tax day for 2015. On that day, your local assessor determined your property’s taxable value, and we know what that means- higher taxes. You must act now to obtain an equitable assessed value for your business property. Let’s prepare for 2015.

Tom will explain what you must do to successfully present your case for lower property taxes to your assessor, present your case to the local board of review, and how to appeal your property tax assessment with the Michigan Tax Tribunal (the filing deadline for most industrial/commercial appeals is May 31, 2015).

You should obtain an appraisal or other compelling valuation evidence to be successful. Tom can help you obtain the evidence you need, however, time is of the essence. Let’s get started today.

Tom Fredericks, (517) 655-4100, is an attorney who decided over 1,000 property tax cases as an administrative law judge for the Michigan Tax Tribunal.

Clients: C.J. Link Lumber- Warren, 23 Detroit area EYM Burger Kings, Bel Mar II Bowling Center- Trenton, Huron Crest Plaza (retail) and K&S Leasing (manufacturing)- Bad Axe, Paul Bontrager (office Building)- Clayton TWP, Pro-MEC Engineering-Grand Ledge (industrial), County Manor of  Ile (apartment buildings), Age Grand Blanc (senior assisted living centers), Round Realty (night club), and Property 101 (office building), Inc- Flint.

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