Scott Kleiman, Law Firm of Kalis & Kleiman
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Homeowners May Be Paying Too Much in Real Estate Taxes Warns The Law Firm of KALIS & KLEIMAN
Davie, FL – The attorneys of the Law Firm KALIS & KLEIMAN remind homeowners that should have or soon will be receiving their TRIM Notice (property value and real estate taxes) from the Property Appraiser’s Office. If the Property Appraiser has over assessed your real estate, you may be paying too much in real estate taxes.
KALIS & KLEIMAN encourage homeowners to pay particular attention to the Assessed Value of your property—called the Just Value on your TRIM notice. If it is your primary residence, it will be called the Save our Home (SOH) Assessed Value. The deadline for filing will be on the TRIM Notice. In Broward County, the appeal deadline date is September 17, 2014.
“These continue to be difficult economic times for many homeowners and we have been successful in appealing property assessments and reducing the real estate taxes for many property owners,” says Neal Kalis, Senior Partner of KALIS & KLEIMAN. “If your commercial or residential property’s value exceeds $1.5 million, KALIS & KLEIMAN, P.A. is available to assist you in appealing your property assessment. Our firm also has the experience to help establish agricultural exemptions as well as to handle appeals for agricultural exemptions and complex commercial properties.”
KALIS & KLEIMAN represents private and public entities, and individuals, with regard to the valuation of real property. Property valuation lawsuits generally arise when the real estate value of a property is found to be excessive or incomparable to nearby properties with similar characteristics. This can bring about incorrect property tax determinations and a host of complications for the property owner. Our attorneys have intricate knowledge of the valuation and taxation process—including property tax appeals and defending tax property assessments, and will help clients with their petitions. Often, we can achieve the results our client's desire through negotiation or through active participation before the Value Adjustment Board; but, when litigation is necessary we have been both creative and effective.
The law firm of Kalis & Kleiman focuses on Commercial and Real Estate Law and Wills, Probate and Trusts. The firm was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Davie, Florida, at 7320 Griffin Road, Suite 109. Attorneys, Neal Kalis, M. Scott Kleiman, Cathy Mitchell and Aaron Karger can be contacted at 954.791.0477. Additional information about the law Firm of Kalis & Kleiman may be obtained from the firm's website at http://www.kaliskleiman.com or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/