Understand the assessment process and the rights of appealing the results.
Real property assessments are the prelude to receiving a real property tax bill, usually about six months after receiving the assessment notice. The assessment process, while distinct from the actual taxation process, is related but very separate from it. Almost everyone complains about paying their taxes, but many also complain about the value of their property, once they realize it is the basis for their property taxes. In assessing real property, lawyers have the ability to control the rate of increase of property taxes and avoid improperly assessed taxes. This topic will enable attorneys to recognize the rights of the citizen in appealing real property assessments and expand on the national importance of protecting these rights.
David D. Freishtat
Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, P.A.
- Of Counsel at Shulman Rogers in Potomac, Maryland
- Practice in the areas of: Commercial Real Estate Transactions, Condemnation and Eminent Domain, Land Use and Zoning, Real Estate, Tax Assessment Appeals and Transactions (Acquisitions and Dispositions)
- Frequent speaker and adjunct professor for the University of Maryland Master’s Program in Real Estate Development
- Member of numerous professional and civic organizations
- J.D. degree, University of Baltimore School of Law; B.A. degree, American University
- Can be contacted at 301-230-5206 or [email protected]
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