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Fail To Appeal Your Property Tax Bill And It Could Go Up 50%

While those who have grieved their property taxes have reaped millions in refunds, those that failed to ask for help have seen bills jump by as much as 50%! A series of new investigative reports by Newsday Long Island have … Continue Reading >>

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Using Property Tax Reduction A Real Estate Marketing Tool

Property tax reduction is becoming an increasing powerful tool in rea estate marketing and deal making. Don’t be caught without this edge in your toolbox… As the real estate market becomes more crowded with additional players again, and macro events … Continue Reading >>

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NY Property Taxes: The Best Ways to Spend Your Next 4 Years of Rebate Checks

NY property tax rebate checks are coming. What should you spend yours on? In 2016 qualified New York property owners will begin receiving the first of four years’ of tax rebate checks. The average property tax rebate check is expected … Continue Reading >>

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How To Use Property Tax Adjustments To Save Your ‘Abandoned’ LI Property

How can Long Island homeowners use property tax adjustments to save their ‘abandoned’ real estate? Many Long Island property owners have vacant property in Nassau and Suffolk County. In some cases homes were damaged by storms and are unlivable. Other … Continue Reading >>

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Meaningful Holiday Gifts, Where to Find More Cash for Holiday Shopping

While it may not frequently come with bells and a big bow on top, property tax reduction can really be the present which unlocks the most meaningful holiday gifts, and can create that highly desired surplus for holiday sale shopping. … Continue Reading >>

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31 Ways To Use Your LI Property Tax Savings This Summer

Far too many Long Island homeowners are overpaying on their property taxes. Some might not care, others could desperately use the extra cash in their pockets right now. A huge percentage of local property owners could be owed a property … Continue Reading >>

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