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Our members actively educate themselves and others in the areas of property taxation and valuation. Many of APTC attorneys get published in the most prestigious publications nationwide, get interviewed as matter experts and participate in panel discussions with other real estate experts. The Article section is a compilation of all their work.
Dec
05

In Tax Law, There Are No Insignificant Cases

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Nov
09

Why Timeshares Shouldn't Be Taxed Like Condominiums

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Nov
01

Tax Trauma - How Higher Assessments Can Cause Lower Net Rents

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Oct
20

Purchase Price Isn't Property Tax Value

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Oct
18

Why Taxing Authorities are Suing Taxpayers

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Oct
10

Recovery Complicates Retail Property Tax

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Oct
10

Beware of RevPAR in Property Tax Valuations

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Oct
05

Sounding the Alarm on Code Compliance Costs

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Sep
26

Washington's Carbon Experiment

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Aug
25

When Law Firms Collaborate, Property Owners Reap The Benefits On Their Bottom Line

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American Property Tax Counsel

Recent Published Property Tax Articles

Onerous Property Tax Requirements Proposed

​True to campaign promises, the new Cook County assessor has proposed sweeping legislation that borrows the most burdensome tax requirements and penalties from jurisdictions across the country. But will this enhance transparency or simply saddle taxpayers with inaccurate assessments and the need for costly appeals?

The 2018 race for Cook County...

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PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS TO PROTEST TAX ASSESSMENTS IN TEXAS

​​Learn best practices for meeting property tax deadlines and handling property tax appeals.​

Beset by ever-increasing tax assessments, Texas property owners are allowed to seek a remedy by protesting taxable property values set by appraisal districts. The property tax system can be intimidating, however, and the process is complex and fraught...

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How Office Owners Can Help Lower Sky-High Property Tax Assessments

​The American Property Tax Counsel argues that if a property tax assessment is premised on a uniform per-square-foot value, rental rate or vacancy rate for all office properties in a metro area, the assessor is likely going to overlook distinguishing factors in submarkets that could benefit building owners.

Managing fixed expenses...

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