The National Mortgage Complaint Center Warns 80 Percent Of All US Homeowners Could Be Paying Too Much On Their Property Taxes

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The National Mortgage Complaint Center is advising all existing US homeowners to check their current property tax assessment to make certain your county, or city property tax assessor has not over valued your home. The group is saying, "we believe that most county, or city tax assessors are using market high 2005, real estate valuations-----the problem----many to most US residential real estate markets have seen property valuation declines of 20% to 30%, or more since then. Translation, the average US homeowner is probably paying too much on their property taxes." For more information please feel free to contact the National Mortgage Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group at their web site Http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.Com

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for the 100,000+ homeowners living in homes with confirmed toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, or South Carolina, your actual home is probably worth zero. The land may be the only thing of value. You should all appeal your current property tax bills.

The National Mortgage Complaint Center is one of the most quoted sources in the United States on predatory mortgage lending issues, or mortgage issues in general. The group is saying, "we fear over 80% of all US homeowners are paying too much on their property taxes. With the dramatic US residential real estate devaluations we have all seen in the last three years, most US homeowners could be paying 25% to 35%, or more on their property taxes, than they should be." For more information please contact the National Mortgage Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.Com

According to the National Mortgage Complaint Center," if a homeowner feels like he/she/they are paying higher property taxes than are realistic in today's US real estate market, they need to contact their County, or in rare instances their City & County tax assessors office, and get the forms required to appeal their property taxes-at the same time they should check to see what the assessor says the home is worth, or check the tax statement." The group says, "hint, most of you are paying 25% to 35% more than you should be. In all likelihood you will be required to get an appraisal from an approved, or licensed appraisal firm, & the homeowner may have to appear before a hearing examiner, or county tax assessors board, to get your appeal approved." But the group says, "we think its worth the effort, because the savings could be in the hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, for an average US homeowner." For more information please feel free to call the National Mortgage Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.Com

Note: Typically an appraisal from a licensed appraisal firm will cost between $350 to $450. The price varies in each state, or metro area.

The National Mortgage Complaint Center is also saying, "for the 100,000+ homeowners living in homes with confirmed toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, or South Carolina, your actual home is probably worth zero. The land may be the only thing of value. You should all appeal your current property tax bills." For more information contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

The National Mortgage Complaint Center is saying, "these are really tough times, the government is really great at taking your money, but they rarely say, we overcharged you, here's a refund. Please don't get over charged on your property taxes." The National Mortgage Complaint Center has always been about consumer protection. Http://NationalMortgageComplaintCenter.Com

The National Mortgage Complaint Center is requesting homeowners, real estate agents, financial planners, accountants, and real estate appraisers share this press release with their clients, and associates.

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