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The Property Tax Grievance Process In White Plains, NY

The final day for grieving taxes in Tarrytown, NY is the 2nd Tuesday in June. Read on to see how the process works.

Determine If You Have Grounds For A Tax Grievance

If you wish to grieve your property taxes in Tarrytown, NY, you need to wait until the municpality publishes the Tax Assessment roll establishing the market value of your Tarrytown, NY property. That will be the 1st Tuesday in June for most of Westchester County, NY. 

#1. Determine if you have grounds for a grievance petition

Research whether the Tarrytown assessor's determination of your home's fair market value.

#2. Prepare a grievance petition

Fill out the Complaint on Real Property Assessment form RP-524.

#3.  Write a letter in support of your petition

Include any substantiating documentation, such as: appraisals, comparable property information (CMA).

Once your paperwork is complete, you will need to submit it to the Greenburgh, NY Municipality by Grievance Day.

Please Contact Me to assist you in this process.

 

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