Don’t Miss Your Opportunity to Grieve Your Real Estate Taxes
Friendly reminder — it’s that time of the year again. Time to grieve your real estate taxes. If you are a homeowner, you have probably received your most recent property tax assessment recently. The time to appeal this assessment is NOW. Don’t miss your window to file. You can do it yourself, or assign a representative, and all the information is available online. See below for tips to help you.
New York City, including Queens
- The deadline to file is 3/1/24 or 3/15/24, depending on the type of property.
- Challenging Notice of Property Valuation – This site gives you instructions for filing a grievance.
- The Department of Finance business centers are offering evening hours (6:00 pm to 8:00 pm) and outreach events to help you apply for property tax exemptions or renew your current benefits.
- You must file your grievance between 1/2/24 and 3/1/24.
- The Nassau County Assessment Review Commission offers a video to help explain the process, as well as instructions on How to Appeal Your Assessment.
- The Assessment Review Commission also has a printable brochure that you can download.
Suffolk County and other New York places outside of NYC or Nassau
- The New York State Department of Taxation offers instructions on how to grieve your taxes.
- In Suffolk County the deadline to grieve your taxes is 5/21/24.
- Assessment grievance form, in fill-able PDF format. You may complete it yourself or have someone else do it. You must file it with the assessor or board of assessment in your city or town (ie: Huntington).
- If your property is located in a village that assesses property, and you are assessed both village and town taxes, you must grieve both assessments with separate copies of the form.
We hope this is helpful for you!
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