Property Tax Appeal - Assessor Value Appeal El Paso County Assessor (Mark Flutcher) - Send out revaluation notices on May 1, 2023.
Property Values increased significantly across all property types.
The value increases may be partially justified by market trends.
Other taxing jurisdictions (County, City, School Districts, Roads, Library and others) have approved new tax rate hikes. This compounds the property tax increase year over year.
Property owners now have until June 1, 2023 to file an appeal.
Don’t overpay your property taxes let Bearing Commercial Appraisal check if you are overpaying. Get a property tax review from an Expert commercial real estate appraiser in Colorado Springs.
We review assessments for Commercial Properties in El Paso and Teller Counties, Colorado and verify you are not over-valued and paying too much in tax for your commercial property. We will then help taxpayers understand the next steps to reduce taxes and in some cases get a refund for amounts already paid.
Bearing Commercial Appraisal provides Property Tax Consulting services on a shared savings (contingency basis).
- We advocate for commercial property owners and investors
- We analyze and present defensible value arguments to the Assessor's office
- We deal with all the analysis, deadlines, forms and red tape.
- You get reduced tax bills.
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- Make an upgrade
- Build a new building
- Loose a tenant
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When you hire Bearing Commercial Appraisal, your get a MAI (Member of the Appraisal Institute) designated appraiser, licensed Certified General Appraiser (valuation professional) to advocate for you. We provide property value analysis, filing all forms, representing and negotiation for you with to the Assessor Office. Following a first round appeal, we testifying in front of the County Board of Equalization (CBOE), all the way to the State Board of Assessment Appeals (BAA), if required to lower your property value and taxes.
Most localities determine your property tax burden based on an ad valorem assessment of the property's value. Sometimes, as a property owner, you get an unwanted surprise in the mail telling you your taxes are going up, and sometimes it may seem as though your assessment is too high.
Often, matters like this can be resolved with a phone call. However, if after discussing your assessment with your local taxing authority you still feel as though your property was overvalued, a professional valuation professional (appraiser) is often your best bet in proving your case. That's where we come in.
There are as many different procedures for appealing assessments as there are property taxing districts, so it's important to enlist the help of a professional appraisal firm that's experienced and trained in the administrative process and knowledge of the valuation process and techniques in El Paso County and Colorado Springs.
When you hire Bearing Commercial Appraisal you will have a professional valuation firm advocating on your behalf. We will provide well researched and persuasive evidence in order to reduce your value to a fair and equal amount. We will file all forms in a timely manner, attend any informal meetings with the Assessor and testify in at the County of Board of Equalization and State Board of Assessment Appeals. We have extensive real estate testimony experience in front of the City Councils for Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, El Paso Board of County Commissioners, El Paso County and Pueblo County District Courts. Be assured that at Bearing Commercial Appraisal, we are able to professionally and persuasively testify at appeal hearings. Browse our website to learn more about our qualifications, expertise and services offered.