Tag Archives: property tax assessments

Where’s The Love? Tax Hikes, Aid Cuts & Higher Property Assessments

Valentine’s Day 2019 is almost here. Long Islanders may not be feeling the love from their property taxing authorities this year. Here’s how to carve out a little more room in your budget to pamper yourself and find the surplus … Continue Reading >>

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Tax Rule Impact Undeniable As Housing Market Continues Steep Correction

The impact of the new tax rules and stripping of essential deductions seem undeniable, as Long Islanders feel the new housing market correction hitting home. The next housing correction is here. It’s very real. What does it mean for homeowners … Continue Reading >>

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New Fees & Vacant Properties Burden Long Island Homeowners

How will new fees and a rise in vacant properties impact you as a Long Island property owner over the next year? It could become even more expensive to own your property on Long Island in 2017. The good news … Continue Reading >>

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Back to School Season & Your Property Taxes

What do Long Islanders need to know about their property taxes this back to school season? The next few weeks bring the mayhem of back to school season. It can be an exciting time, but it can also be a … Continue Reading >>

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Property Tax Rates vs. Property Tax Assessments

What’s the difference between property tax rates and property tax assessments? What difference do they make on your actual property tax bill? There are constant stories in the media talking up tax breaks and caps, but then there are tax … Continue Reading >>

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Top Tax Saving Tips for Long Island Real Estate Investors

2015 is quickly shaping up to be an exciting and very profitable year for Long Island real estate investors. The big question is how can investors minimize tax liability, and maximize their net returns? 2014 was one of the best … Continue Reading >>

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It’s Cheaper to Buy a Property on Long Island than Rent, Depending on Your Taxes

The latest data shows it is far cheaper to buy a home on Long Island than rent, but how much you can save will rely greatly on property tax assessments. So how much can NY home buyers save versus renting, … Continue Reading >>

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New York Remains A Tale Of Two Cities When It Comes To Property Taxes

NY continues to see incredible, if not widening disparity between the property tax rates being assessed on homeowners. So why the unfairness, and what can Long Islanders do to fight back? The recent economic and real estate forum in Washington, … Continue Reading >>

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2014 Hurricane Season Is Here: Long Islanders Urged To Prepare

Even while Long Island’s Sandy victims still continue to try to recover, we are already entering the official 2014 Atlantic Hurricane season. So what can Long Island homeowners do to get more financial help with hefty bills on currently damaged … Continue Reading >>

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