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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.
Apr
15

Valuation Education

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Apr
14

Five Ways Property Owners May Qualify For Property Tax Exemptions In Indiana

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Mar
28

Partially Built Properties Raise Property Tax Issues

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Mar
28

Property Owners Beware

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Feb
29

Beware of Excessive Property Taxes After Government Condemnations

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Feb
17

Lighten the Load - How to Ease a Threat to Affordable Housing

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Jan
29

Seize Tax Opportunities When The Price Is Right

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Jan
22

Multifamily Investors, Don't Forget About Property Taxes

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Jan
10

Built-In Costs / Investors need to pay attention to transfer taxes when buying properties

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Dec
31

How Do I Win My Property Tax Appeal?

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Recent Published Property Tax Articles

Atlanta, Excessive Assessments May Be Coming

​Here's what taxpayers should do if the tax controversy now brewing causes large property tax increases

Recent headlines questioning the taxable values of Atlanta-area commercial properties may threaten taxpayers throughout Fulton County with a heightened risk of increased assessments.

Changes in the Midtown Improvement District, which extends northward from North...

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Beware of Double Taxation on Personal Property

​ While Texas solved the problem, your state may not have addressed the issue.

Many states tax business personal property, a classification that includes furniture, fixtures, equipment, machinery and, in some states, inventory. Whatever the jurisdiction, the values of business personal property and real estate can easily be conflated in ad...

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Runaway Property Taxes in New Jersey

Tax courts don't always recognize market value in setting property tax assessments.

Most real estate is taxed ad valorem, or according to the value. The theory is that each person is taxed on the value of the real property they own.

The New Jersey Constitution (Article VIII, Section 1, paragraph 1) stipulates...

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