- Certified Public Accountant
- Effects of ObamaCare
- Real Estate Tax Appeals
- Prepare for Countywide Reassessment
- Cases & Accomplishments
- Attorney Referral Service
- Properties for Sale and Rent
- Fee Agreements
- BILLBOARD Landmark Case
- Forms & Newsletters
- In The News
- Title Insurance - Pa Realty Abstract
- Reverse Mortgage
- Pay Invoice
Timely News Items
March 10, 2019
Real Estate Tax Assessment Appeals
The taxes you pay on real estate that you own is based upon the assessed value the governmental taxing body assigns to the entire county. All county, school and local taxes are based upon this estimation of value. If this estimation is correct, you pay the correct amount of taxes, usually in your monthly mortgage payment. If this estimation is not correct, then you pay an incorrect amount in taxes, usually too much.
Even in times when real estate is enjoying an increase in value, a very large percentage of properties are over-assessed, which in turn means you are being over taxed. In today's economy, with real estate values in decline, it is our opinion that the majority of properties are over taxed.
It is not the responsibility of the government to insure that your property is not over-assessed! It is your responsibility.
We have created a very short mathimatical test that you can take that can help you to determine if your property is possibly over-assessed. The test is for your information only and you are not submitting any data.
Does my house qualify for real estate assessment appeal?
Calculate you assessment value to see if you qualify for a reduction of real estate taxes in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Montogomery or Philadelphia County, free!
Please fill in the 3 boxes of information and the potential savings, if any, will be calculated for you. There is no obligation, by filling out this form you are not transmitting any information. This is for your information only!
Notice! By filling out this form, you are NOT submitting ANY information. It does not constitute legal representation by Donald J. Weiss Esquire, PC. This is for information purposes only.
Filing Deadline for Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, and Montgomery County Tax Assessment Appeal is