Commercial Real Estate Tax Savings

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Each County Assessor uses their own appraisal techniques to determine value. Is yours accurate?

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Commercial Real Estate Tax Sections

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A Commercial Real Estate Testimonial

“I wanted to call you and congratulate you guys and thank you for the great, great representation. You did a tremendous job for us and I really appreciate it. We always like to be made to look good when we make recommendations to our clients to use one of our local consultants so that’s all good and beneficial. Thanks!”

Bob Guimbarda
Colliers International

Real Estate Taxes

As a property owner you’ve spent your time and resources increasing the value of your property. Tenants want lower CAM charges. Tenants require build-out to sign that lease. Tenants move out! During all of this, the county assessor is putting your square footage into a computer model, applying a CAP rate, and spitting out a value that impacts your real estate tax bill. In reality, our experts at The Brennan Group know that your property has specific condition issues, vacancy rates, and income & expense that may return a value much different than the assessor’s. And if the assessor is wrong, we’ll appeal and argue for a reduction and tax savings. Don’t treat your property tax bill as a fixed expense. Offer your tenants lower lease rates, or increase the profitability of your REIT, by using The Brennan Group to ensure your tax is as low as possible.

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Personal Property Tax Services

If you’re a large company you own a lot of office equipment. That means you own a substantial personal property tax bill as well. The Brennan Group’s certified equipment appraisers can place accurate values on your assets and use the most advantageous classification categories to complete your declarations. With careful study of your assets and placement of value on your declarations, TBG can lower your personal property tax burden.

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