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Property Taxes: Why You Should Get A Reduced Bill Soon, But Won’t

Long Islanders should be getting lower property tax bills soon. Just don’t expect your taxing authority to volunteer to reduce your bill, even if you deserve it. There are a variety of factors that should be putting downward pressure on … Continue Reading >>

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New Property Tax Rebate Checks: What You Need To Know

New property tax rebate checks are hitting New Yorkers’ mailboxes. Here’s what you need to know… New Property Tax Rebate Checks According to the state over 350,000 rebate checks have already hit the mailboxes of New Yorkers. Around 2 million … Continue Reading >>

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8 Factors That Affect Your Property Taxes

What really makes your property taxes higher or lower? There are actually many factors involved in how much your annual property tax bills are. Here are some of them. 1. Property Value Your property tax bill is based on the … Continue Reading >>

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Landlords & Property Taxes

Property taxes are a big make or break factor for landlords. Unfortunately, many rental property owners don’t get just how big of a difference they can make, until it’s too late. On the bright side there is a solution for … Continue Reading >>

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Hurricanes & Property Taxes: The First Big Storm Of The Season Is Here

The first major storm threat is about to hit the East Coast. It’s a fresh reminder of the risks, and could impact property taxes. Florence is a major hurricane about to hit the East Coast. It may not directly hit … Continue Reading >>

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Foreclosure & Property Tax Sales Continue To Plague NY

While the media has done a good job of giving the impression that the economy and housing market has been rebounding for years and is on good footing, foreclosure and tax auctions continue to plague many in New York. Many … Continue Reading >>

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IRS Crushes NY’s Hope Of Avoiding Big Property Tax Hit

The IRS has slapped a ban on New York’s efforts to avoid new SALT tax limits. What can New Yorkers do to escape quickly escalating taxes now? The Feds Kick New York’s Tax Hack to the Curb New York was … Continue Reading >>

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NY Real Estate & Property Tax News [August 2018]

What’s happening with property taxes and in the NY real estate market this month? Find out here… Young Long Island Adults Earning Less, Spending More on Housing Data from the Long Island Association and a recent survey shows that younger … Continue Reading >>

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4 Vital Things To Know About Property Taxes For Long Island Home Buyers

Looking for a home to buy on Long Island? Check out these 5 must-know facts about property taxes before you make an offer. Then rest knowing your days of homeownership will be far less stressful, and you can really relax … Continue Reading >>

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Long Island Rents Are Nosediving: How To Save Your Investment Property

Rental rates on Long Island may be in free fall mode. How can owners save their investment property and finances? The Property Market Has Peaked Barring a stock market collapse or return to subprime lending which could extend the recent … Continue Reading >>

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Testimonials

“I have saved on my own real estate taxes for many years. As well, any clients I have referred have also saved on their taxes and advised they were very happy with the service and results received from Property Tax Adjusters. It is without hesitation that I refer interested persons, friends and clients alike, to Property Tax Adjusters for assistance on reducing their taxes.”
Herbert G. Pitkowsky, Esq.