Can An Inground Pool Raise Property Taxes?

An inground pool will most definitely increase the value of your home thereby indirectly increasing your tax bill.

Do Taxes Increase When You Buy A House?

Buying a house can come with a lot of surprises, your tax bill shouldn't be one of them. Learn more about the effect that buying a home has on your taxes.

The Benefits of Grieving Your Property Taxes in a Buyer's Market

Explore the untapped potential for financial gain as we demystify the process of strategic property tax grieving, ensuring you seize every opportunity in the dynamic world of property investments.

What Happens to Mortgage Payments When Your Property Assessment Decreases

Discover the financial implications of a decreasing property assessment on your mortgage payments. Explore the intricate relationship between property values and mortgage commitments in this insightful guide.

Grieving a Short Sale, Auction, or Foreclosure

Explore property tax appeals in short sales, foreclosures, and auctions. Learn how assessed value, reassessment, and local tax laws impact eligibility. Get tips to reduce property taxes effectively

Why Does My Neighbor Pay Less Property Taxes?

Property tax differences can be attributed to a combination of factors including property valuation, tax exemptions, local tax rates, property improvements, and the appeal process.

Maximizing Your Property Tax Savings

Property taxes are a significant financial obligation for homeowners, but there exists a realm of advanced strategies that can further enhance your property tax savings.

Navigating Property Tax Assessment Increases

Delve into eight expert tips that can help you navigate property tax assessment increases with confidence.

5 Reasons to Challenge Your Property Tax Assessment

Discover how to reduce your tax burden, correct errors, and stay ahead of market changes. Learn why a property tax grievance can lead to significant savings and a fairer tax system. Expert tips and guidance included!

How To Get A Refund On My Property Taxes

After winning a property tax assessment reduction, property owners may be due a refund on overpayed property taxes from previous years.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Your Property Taxes

The Covid-19 pandemic affected property taxes in NY. Economic uncertainty, financial hardships, inaccurate assessments - homeowners may benefit from challenging taxes for relief and fair valuation.

The Town of Riverhead and Its Assessment Issues

Riverhead loses lawsuit of overtaxtion on commercial property owners meaning the town owes millions of dollars to these business owners. The money will most likely come out of residential property owners pockets.

The Role of an Assessor in Determining Your Property's Value

Assessors play a crucial role in determining a property's value for taxation purposes by considering factors such as location, condition, and improvements made to the property.

5 Benefits to Using a Tax Grievance Firm

A good tax grievance firm is more beneficial than filing a grievance on your own. The benefits include expertise and experience, access to data and resources, time-saving, improved chances of success, and cost-effectiveness.

Why You Should Always Grieve Your Property Taxes

Property owners in NY should file a property tax grievance every year to lower their property tax bill, as property values fluctuate, tax assessments can be inaccurate, and lower taxes mean more savings.

Can Property Taxes Go Down?

No one likes high property taxes. We take a look at the other factors that can cause property taxes to go down, such as property value, government spending, and tax exemptions.

What Happens If You Don't Pay Your Property Taxes?

If you don't pay your property taxes, you can lose your house but there are ways to be proactive.

Why Did My Property Taxes Increase After A Successful Grievance?

Property Taxes are calculated using many numbers. There are other factors that come into play when calculating a total tax bill.

What Happens to Home Prices During a Recession?

Recessions can have a big impact on homes and the real estate market making it a hard time to be a seller.

What Is An Assessed Value?

An assessed value and a property value have a similar purpose in your tax bill but are not equivalent.

5 Property Tax Grievance Myths

Do assessor's visit homes? Can I grieve my taxes more than once? Do I need to pay school taxes? and many more questions.

Suffolk County Gets Hacked

Suffolk County was hit with a cyberattack in September 2022 that caused major outtages in the county's systems.

How To Check If You Are Overassessed

Understanding your property assessment, tax rate and the RAR can help determine if you are overassessed.

Why Every Nassau County Homeowner Should Grieve Their Taxes

One of the most expensive suburbs outside of NYC also pays some of the highest taxes in the country.

When Do Reassessments Happen?

Reassessments can happen every year or whenever your local government decides. Either way it's always a good idea to file a tax grievance.

Fixer Upper or Move In Ready?

The pros and cons of a Fixer-Upper compared to a Move-in ready or turn-key home.

How Your Tax Bill Is Calculated

Knowing where the numbers on your property tax bill come from is important. Learn the break down of your property tax bill here.

5 Things To Do As A First Time Home Owner

Wondering where to start after buying your new home? Five things to do if you are a first time home owner in New York.

2 Ways To Lower Your Property Taxes

In New York State there are several ways to minimize your property tax burden. Take advantage of your state government programs and your right to grieve your taxes.

Why is Your Property Tax Bill Increasing?

Property taxes can be increased by a numerous amount of reasons. Most likely, it's due to the tax rate. But never fear, a successful tax grievance can help bring them back down.

How We Grieve Your Taxes

The process of grieving your property taxes can be long and exhausting, but Aventine Properties is here to take it off your hands.

Nassau County Tax Payer Protection Plan

Nassau County has announced a plan to phase in increased tax bills over the next five years.