Assessment Appeal Advisors, LLC
Specializing in Real Property in California Lower Your Property Taxes. Now.
A Professional Property Tax Consulting Firm
Why Assessment Appeals?
If you have purchased real estate (residential, commercial, land) within the past 5 years there is a high probability that you are OVER PAYING ON YOUR PROPERTY TAXES and we can help you.
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Under Proposition 8 (passed by the people in 1978), if your real property's current market value is less than the assessed value you are entitled to an equivalent reduction in your property taxes upon appeal.
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AAA specializes in contesting unfair property tax assessments and working with County Assessor's and Assessment Appeals Boards in order to reduce our clients’ property taxes. We charge NO UPFRONT FEES and ONLY EARN A FEE IF WE ARE SUCCESSFUL. If we are not successful in reducing your property taxes, you pay us nothing – NO SAVINGS, NO FEE DUE.
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Put our experience to work for you. Our staff has 16 years experience in assessment appeals and tax reduction and is skilled in knowing each county‘s regulations and requirements.
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We Do Everything For You Including
  • Prepare and present the application for review of assessment
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  • Perform a market analysis of your property’s present value
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  • Act as agent for you in negotiations with county appraisers
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  • Represent you at hearing(s) before the Assessment Appeals Board, if required
If you would like a FREE SAVINGS ESTIMATE contact us: (818) 985-6400 or CLICK HERE
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Act Now! By filing a request for review with the Assessor prior to March 31 of each calendar year, your savings will likely result in a reduced tax bill.
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The County Assessor is responsible for assessing all property. Property is assessed at the time of acquisition or can be reassessed if you made improvements such as an addition to the improvements, or change in ownership. The County Assessor’s statement of your property’s taxable value is commonly referred to as the "roll value."
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