-Tax Appeal Appraisal
-Should I appeal or not?
Equi-Val Tax Solutions isn't just for the assessing entities. We also proudly offer a full line of services to assist taxpayer needs. However, due to professionalism being our top priority we are unable to take on a review or appeal for an entity in a jurisdiction we have an active contractual agreement with.
Your local tax assessor is charged with the daunting task of developing fair and equitable values for all the properties located within their jurisdiction. Overall, the assessor does the best job they can to develop accurate values, however, there are always circumstances in which your assessment may not be an accurate representation of market value.
We will review your assessment and make sure you are not being over valued, and if you are, we will outline the recommended process to correct the error and help you realize the tax savings you may be entitled to. If you go to the appeal level and have us assist in that, this Assessment Review is 100% free to you the taxpayer.
Click HERE for a Consulting/Information flyer outlining some of what Equi-Val has to offer you.
The first step is the free Assessment Review.
If any errors, overvaluation or inaccuracies in your assessment are found we will advise you on what to do to rectify the issues. We will determine if the inaccuracies are objective or subjective and (with your authorization) proceed with the proper filings with the assessor to begin the rectification process.
During this process:
We will quantify the inaccuracies
File the proper forms with the assessor
Meet with the assessor to review, correct any errors, and/or attempt to negotiate a valuation resolution.
If no resolution can be reached a hearing with the county appeal board will be set
We will attend the appeal hearing and present valuation evidence
Negotiate settlement and tax savings
If interested in our services simply call us at 574-361-2261 or you can email us by clicking the contact link at the top of the page.
While we do proudly offer our services throughout Indiana, certain geographical restrictions do apply. We can not accept any private entity assignment within a jurisdiction in which we are contracted to represent the interests of the local assessor, and can not perform appraisal assignments in areas where we do not readily have access to appropriate data.