Tuesday, November 7, 2017

2018 Nassau County Property Reassessment Delayed

Unfortunately, Nassau County properties will not be reassessed early in 2018 as it was originally planned. This delay is great for those who have been filing for reductions and it is the complete opposite for those who have not. They will still be paying for the reductions of others until the reassessment happens:

property taxes | Nassau County Legislation

Make Sure You Get Out and Vote 
In Nassau County and all of America, the only way to get your voice heard is to go out and vote. Regardless of which candidate you support, they are going to support your interests so you need to make your interests known. The property tax issue in Nassau County is a big one, and whichever candidates are elected will have to right the ship! Properties all over the county are being wrongly assessed and it is going to impact the innocent homeowners.

Property Values Are Inaccurate 
Claudia Decker, a Long Beach resident for over 20 years, was told on October 19th that she would have just four weeks to make a $5,000 payment on her property taxes. A rise in school district taxes is largely responsible, but the faulty assessment on her property is more to blame:

  • Nassau County put a value of $602,900 on Decker's home. 
  • If she had filed under Mangano's program in 2016, her property would have been valued at $390,000. 
  • The homeowners who DID file for grievance in 2016 were granted reductions and Decker was left paying for their reductions. 
  • Her taxes will go up again next year. 

When Will It Happen? 
The old system left homeowners like Decker paying for the reductions of their neighbors. After investigation, Newsday found that hundreds of properties throughout the county were being wrongfully assessed during Mangano's term. Filing for grievance is important and once this issue is sorted out, P.T.R.C. Inc. will be here to get you the reductions you deserve!

You can go ahead and read more about this delay here!

If you have questions about your property tax reductions, please feel free to reach out to the experts at P.T.R.C. Inc. We have a friendly customer service staff that would love to answer any and all of your concerns.

Call 516/631-484-0654 or email info @ptrc.com! 

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