You may be paying too much in property taxes.
In 2022, 38 towns in the state of Connecticut will be assessing all properties on their grand list. The unprecedented increases in real property value may limit the need to challenge your appeal. However, this does not apply to all properties. Challenge your tax assessment and you may save money. Contact us now as there is only a short window to file your appeal. Most appeals must be filed by the end of February 2023. See our take on the market.
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October 4, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic presented considerable challenges to the real estate market. Large increases in real property value were observed in Connecticut over the past two years. Anecdotal […]
February 4, 2020
If you live in any of the following 14 municipalities which conducted revaluations in 2019, your deadline to challenge your assessment is rapidly approaching. The statutory deadline […]
January 7, 2020
In short, no. Your local tax assessor is usually not as surly as you might think. Neither is your local board of assessment appeals. They are equally […]