Menu

Property Tax Resources

1 minute reading time (221 words)

APTC Website Redesign Announcement

aptc-responsive-design

APTC is proud to announce the release of our new website. Our new site has been redesigned with a fresh look and new features intended to enhance user experience and make information more accessible across a broad range of viewing devices.

We have enhanced search and sorting features to help insure you find the most relevant information. Social bookmarking gives our users the ability to quickly share content across a range of popular social media platforms.

Our members will enjoy increased exposure through our random "Member Spotlight" module. Logged-in members have the ability to bookmark their favorite articles and submit content through our streamlined submission forms.

The redesign is intended to ensure that the site remains effective to our Members and Clients.

APTC is continually expanding it's online content to bring you updated and relevant information, so we encourage you to bookmark it and check back often. Connect with us on Twitter to receive notice when updates and new content is added. 

Thank you to our APTC website committee and website developer Highwire Design for their expertise and dedicated work on this project.

If you would take a brief moment to share your thoughts using our Contact Us form, we’d appreciate hearing how the experience is for you and how we can continue to improve it.

American Property Tax Counsel (APTC)

Tax Equation: Know When Your Property Tax Assessm...
Reducing Hotel Property Taxes By Properly Valuing ...

American Property Tax Counsel

Recent Published Property Tax Articles

USE RESTRICTIONS CAN ACTUALLY LOWER A TAX BILL

​Savvy commercial owners are employing use restrictions as a means to reduce taxable property values.

Most property managers and owners can easily speak about their property's most productive use, in addition to speculating on a list of potential uses. Not all of them, however, are as keenly aware of their property's...

Read more

NOTHING NEW ABOUT THE OLD ‘DARK STORE THEORY’

Statutory law continues to require that assessors value only the real estate, not the success or lack thereof, by the owner of the real estate.

Assessors and their minions frequently take the position that an occupied store is more valuable than an unoccupied store, a conclusion commonly referred to as the...

Read more

Benjamin Blair: Creative Deal Structures Can Yield Tax Benefits

​Managing expenses is one of the best ways to ensure the long-term profitability of investment properties, and prudent developers know the importance of carefully monitoring and challenging property tax assessments. But student housing, as a subsector populated largely by tax-exempt educational institutions, presents unique opportunities to minimize taxes for some...

Read more

Member Spotlight

Members

Forgot your password? / Forgot your username?