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You may be paying too much in property taxes.

In 2021, 33 towns in the state of Connecticut will be assessing all properties on their grand list. In many parts of Connecticut, the market has not caught up to the assessed values. Challenge your tax assessment and you may save money. Contact us now as there is only a short window to file your appeal.

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When do you have to file your appeal?

If you live in one of the towns reassessing in 2021, you will receive your certified assessment by the end of January 2021. You must file your appeal before February 20 (unless your town has extended that deadline) Act now!

Towns Scheduled to Reval in 2021

Bridgeport, Canterbury, Clinton, Colebrook, Deep River, Derby, Durham, East Hampton, Ellington, Fairfield, Greenwich, Haddam, Hamden, Hartland, Ledyard, Marlborough, Newington, New Milford, North Branford, North Stonington, Oxford, Pomfret, Prospect, Salisbury, Seymour, Somers, Southington, Stafford, Trumbull, Voluntown, Wallingford, West Haven, Westport.

What do I have to do?

If you are one of the towns scheduled for revaluation in 2020 than you should receive a letter with a notice of your new reval in December. This document should contain the amount of the revaluation. If you think your appraisal is too high or unfair, be sure to indicate you would like to appeal your revaluation and contact us.

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Our team is cost-effective, budget conscious and understands how to walk you through the process to make it as easy as possible.
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We are happy to offer a free consultation. One of our lawyers will walk you through a full consultation of your options.

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Due to our payment structure, with a successful appeal you will begin saving money right away!

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