Reducing Property Taxes
Alfano Law Office can help reduce the assessed value of real estate. Because most assessments are performed on a mass basis, assessors sometimes miss features causing downward pressure on the value of a particular parcel. We can help identify those features and work with the assessor to reduce your assessment. If an appeal is necessary, we can handle your case through to its conclusion.
Tax Abatement Litigation</h2 > Alfano Law Office has over twenty-five years experience litigating tax abatements appeals. This experience includes appeals on behalf of some of the largest REITS, retailers, and developers in New Hampshire and, in some cases, the country.
We generally charge a contingency fee based on our success, so you pay only if we reduce your taxes, and that fee will not change even if we need to try the case.
Abatement Request Deadlines
The deadline to request an abatement is March 1 following the issuance of a final real estate tax bill. Final tax bills generally are issued in November or December, so the deadline to request a tax abatement would be the following March 1.
Understanding Property Tax Issues
Alfano Law Office is New Hampshire’s sole member of NAPTA. As a member of NAPTA, we are committed to increasing awareness and understanding about property tax issues and educating the public about this specialized area of law. Click here for an article describing the difference between the BTLA and Superior Court.
Put our experience to work for you, please contact Paul Alfano at 603-226-1188.
Alfano Law Office, PLLC is New Hampshire’s sole member of NAPTA.
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