Appealing Property Tax Assessments: Fair Market Value, Common Exemptions and Incentives, Critical Deadlines

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A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A

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Tuesday, June 13, 2023 (in 3 days)

1:00pm-2:50pm EDT, 10:00am-11:50am PDT

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Our panel of real estate tax and valuation professionals will discuss the steps necessary to successfully appeal commercial property tax assessments across the U.S. and review specific procedures for New York City and the state of California.


Property assessments continue to increase despite the fact many property owners are still recovering from the pandemic. Commercial property owners have a limited time to file property tax appeals with the local assessor, and it can be an extensive process. Taxpayers can take initial steps by reviewing their assessments to ensure accuracy, however even if their real estate is significantly overvalued; critical deadlines must be met in every state to qualify for relief.

The tax savings realized from successful appeals are imperative for owners in states like California and New York that hold some of the highest-valued real estate and highest tax rates.

Listen as our panel of real property tax experts reviews the process of appealing property tax assessments for commercial real estate owners.



  1. Determining fair market values and critical deadlines
  2. Jurisdictional requirements to file appeals
  3. New York City
  4. California
  5. Hiring a professional and best practices


The panel will cover these and other critical issues:

  • The necessary steps to take and minimize property tax liability
  • When to hire a professional to handle the appeals process
  • The property tax appeals process in California and New York City


Carver, Robert
Robert Carver

Ryan Law

Mr. Carver brings nearly three decades of sophisticated and multifaceted New York real property tax law practice to...  |  Read More

Donald, Scott
Scott Donald


Mr. Donald has more than 29 years of property valuation experience handling clients’ properties in Alaska,...  |  Read More

Orloff, Susan
Susan Orloff


Ms. Orloff specializes in all aspects of general real estate valuation with primary emphasis on ad valorem issues....  |  Read More

Thompson, Steve
Steve Thompson


Mr. Thompson specializes in commercial real estate appeals for new construction, redevelopment, and income-producing...  |  Read More

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