Property Tax Challenges
Many people don’t realize the significance of accurately having their real estate valued during a property tax appraisal. A property tax appraisal is completely based on the opinion of a property tax assessor. If a tax assessor values your property too high, you are going to end up paying substantially more in property taxes than you should, and obtaining a reassessment can be extremely difficult. Assessment of property taxes are based on the fair market value of the property you own, assessed by the county assessor where your property is located. It is very common that property values drop, making the assessment inaccurate and not reflective of the true value of your property.
Luckily, Divorce Home Appraisals is here to help.
The professional appraisers at Divorce Home Appraisals can provide support for our estimate of value. While we are unable to guarantee the outcome of your appeal, an appraisal completed by a state-certified real estate appraiser would be a step in the right direction in any dispute with your local tax assessor. We do our own evaluation on your home from beginning to end, and an independent report such as ours will be more persuasive when you are trying to appeal your property assessment.
Many of our customers have greatly praised us for our services because they had no idea their home was overvalued. Anything from the square footage, condition of the property, and property features can determine and affect your tax assessment. If the square footage on your property is wrong, it is most likely that your tax assessor has overvalued your property.
For property valuation in Atlanta and all surrounding counties, choose the appraisal company use can trust. Call or email Divorce Home Appraisals today.