Monday, February 9, 2009

Appealing Property Taxes: What an Oxymoron!

There's nothing appealing about your property tax bill, which is in the mail very shortly. To most of us, it is a mystery how they are calculated. In today's Ann Arbor Real Estate market, one of the most common questions centers on the idea that if the market value of a home goes down, doesn't it naturally follow that your property tax bill will also automatically go down? Not so fast Kemosabe. Once that high water mark of your tax bill is achieved, it is quite a quagmire to sort through the bureaucratic noise and learn exactly how you would go about getting your property tax bill lowered.

The Bundesen Team at Real Estate One and The Washtenaw Real Estate Investors Group is proud to be sponsoring a brief 30 minute overview about the process of appealing your property taxes. Michigan Tax Tribunal Judge Victoria Enyart will cover the market and taxable values in Michigan as well as the appeal process up to and through the Michigan Tax Tribunal.

What: Appealing Your Ann Arbor Property Taxes
When: Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2009 at 6:30 - 7:00PM
Where: Real Estate One: 555 Briarwood Circle #333
Who is Presenting: Judge Victoria Enyart, of the Michigan Tax Tribunal
Cost: FREE

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