Increasing Number of Tax Appeals Landing In Court

From National Real Estate Investor:

State governments desperate to feed municipal coffers are pushing more property tax appeals into litigation, and property owners are finding it difficult to win those battles. Experts advise owners to familiarize themselves with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), which may help them gain some leverage in court. The USPAP sets very strict standards with regard to recordkeeping, deadlines and licensing, and violations of the code can open the door for a defense for property owners who believe they are facing an incorrect appraisal

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