Ad valorem property taxes are assessed by various governmental units, including counties, municipalities, school districts and special taxing districts. Ad valorem taxes are generally assessed against real property and/or personal property. Ad valorem taxes are computed as a percentage of the assessed market value of the property, as determined by an appraisal district utilizing mass appraisal techniques. Appraisal methodology utilized by appraisal districts may be based on cost, income, or comparison analysis.
Mr. Drake has many years of experience successfully representing commercial property owners who find themselves facing litigation to reduce excessive valuation of their property. Excessive valuation translates into higher taxes. As a sole practitioner, clients deal directly with Dennis K Drake.
If you feel that your valuation is not in line with your property’s fair market value, call 210-366-9636 today to discuss your next steps.