I would love to fight the property tax valuations for this year but I have too many properties...

...and not enough time. I know there are companies out there that fight to reduce your taxes and get paid based on the savings to the owner. Can anyone recommend a good company for Florida and South Carolina?
In General Area - Asked by David C. - Aug 17, 2009
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Jim F.
Owner/Investor
Atlanta, GA

http://www.thomsonreuters.com/
From the mainpage, select "Tax & Accounting"
They handle all of the appeals at my properties.

Aug 18, 2009
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Jim F.
Owner/Investor
Atlanta, GA

Here's another option:
http://www.mfpoer.com/
I've used them before with excellent results.

Aug 18, 2009
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Mani J.
Broker/Agent
Farmers Branch, TX

I'm in the property tax appraisal line of work. Give me a call and let me know your property types and I can do some research on finding a company in your area.
Derrick 214-680-9042

Aug 19, 2009
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Wendell W.
Owner/Investor
Chesterfield, VA

Kelley if you are looking to reduce expenses by fighting property evaluations you may as well look into a good company that will work with you to reduce all your major expenditures i.e. property taxes, utilities and insurance. You may be eligible for various credits also. You're rght, they are paid out of savings, so its virtually no out of pocket costs. Call me, I'll be glad to to talk with you.
Wendell 804-437-2944

Aug 22, 2009
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Wes N.
Appraiser
San Diego, CA

I am the owner of paramount Property tax adjusters please give me a call. 858-225-1200

Aug 29, 2009
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Gregory G.
Broker/Agent
San Francisco, CA

I've got a good one for Florida if you are still looking
http://www.gregorygarver.com

Sep 1, 2009
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