House in Hand Bonita Springs

Hire a Professional to Appeal

Your Bonita Springs Real Estate Tax

Just a few days ago I received a phone call from a gentleman asking for an MLS report for a specific property in Bonita Springs, on a specific sale date. Occasionally, this happens, it's usually a local property appraiser and I'm happy to comply and answer any questions I can, provide floor plan, community information, etc. This call was different. The man on the phone runs a business helping Florida homeowners appeal their property tax bills. He was calling to get specific data to help a homeowner in Bonita Springs fight for a lower tax bill for their condominium in Bonita Bay.

The Lee County Property Appraiser has an appeals process to specifically help homeowners dispute their tax assessments and get their bills reduced, should their be errors or oversights. Property Tax Professionals, Inc. can help you arm yourself for the appeal, gather data and represent you before the Value Adjustment Board.

Property Tax Professionals work on contingency fee basis:

The fee is calculated as a percentage of the savings from your current tax bill when they win the case before the Value Adjustment Board hearings. They work on a no reduction - no fee basis. Meaning - they earn a contingency fee if we lower your property assessment. It's a win-win situation. You earn the lion's share of the tax savings.

If you'd like to learn more about using a professional to appeal your bill for property tax in Bonita Springs, Estero or Lee County contact:

Bill McBrayer
Property Tax Advisor
Property Tax Professionals, Inc.
4241 Northlake Blvd. Suite B
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

(954) 958-9969
(561) 627-6551
(561) 627-3108 fax

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*Just a reminder, if you've received your property tax bill for your Bonita Springs home or condo and feel there is an error or discrepancy you should be working your way through the appeal process. Our Lee County tax assessments arrive in Just a friendly reminder that if you are concerned about your latest tax assessment, NOW is the time to be working on an appeal. Each municipality has it's own review board with scheduled dates for presenting your case for appeal.