Successfully Reducing Property Tax Bills for Our Clients
Real estate taxes are a well known certainty. If you own a piece of property, you will be taxed on it. Many times, you receive a tax bill that is excessive and does not truly reflect the value of the property. Many property owners in Huntington and throughout New York feel that they can't dispute a tax bill. At Goldstein, Rubinton, Goldstein & DiFazio, P.C., we let them know that mounting a challenge toward property tax reduction is possible.
Unique Insight to Fight for Property Tax Reduction
Challenging real estate taxes - also known as tax certiorari - on your property requires an attorney with extensive experience and in-depth knowledge. Attorney Roger D. Ramme possesses that background as of-counsel to several municipalities. His insight can be invaluable to clients seeking a reduction in their tax bill to secure more value out of their property.
Taking the Steps Needed To Get More Value Out of Your Property
At Goldstein, Rubinton, Goldstein & DiFazio, P.C., we survey the property and calculate the values placed on it by the municipality versus a real estate appraiser. We submit the necessary paperwork to argue that the tax bill is simply not reflective of the property's value. From there, we pursue reduction or abatement of real estate property taxes. It is possible to get more value out of your property, but you need the help of a seasoned real estate attorney.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a reduction in your property taxes, please contact us.
Goldstein, Rubinton, Goldstein & DiFazio, P.C. serves clients throughout New York, including Central Islip, Babylon, Brookhaven, Centerport, Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Deer Park, Dix Hills, East Northport, Elwood, Hamptons, Greenlawn, Hauppauge, Huntington, Laurel Hollow, Lloyd Harbor, Melville, Muttontown, Northport, Oyster Bay, Smithtown, Syosset, Woodbury, Suffolk County and Nassau County