Rocky Point, New York (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
The Heller and Clausen Tax Grievance Group, recently revealed that they have saved their clients over 25 million dollars in tax grievance cases.
“Tax grievances on Long Island continues to increase at a steady pace daily,” according to CEO, Adam Heller. “Our job is to aggressively pursue reducing our client’s property taxes to the lowest amount legally allowable through the tax grievance process.”
Property tax grievance is a complaint filed against a town’s assessed value on a property based upon commensurate sales. Mr. Heller offers the following benefits of using a Long Island tax grievance company:
•Your taxes will never increase due to filing a tax grievance. Your assessment will either remain the same or decrease.
•Homeowners do not have to hire an attorney to file a property tax grievance. Hiring a tax grievance company can be far less expensive than proceeds via litigation; the process is quicker and normally less complex than a proceeding in court.
•Your file case is kept confidential. That means no one from the tax assessor’s office will visit your home. The tax grievance company will use the information that the town already has on file in order not to raise any suspicion.
•This will not affect your VA or STAR programs. It offers homeowners the ability to pursue an additional savings.
The Heller and Clausen Group is becoming one of the fastest growing tax grievance companies around. They are committed to helping their clients pay the lowest possible property taxes.
Nassau County and Suffolk County property owners can learn more about grieving their property taxes through The Heller and Clausen Tax Grievance Group website at: grieveourtaxes.com or by calling: (631)782-3177.
About Heller and Clausen Tax Grievance Group
In June 2006, Adam B. Heller and David W. Clausen founded The Heller and Clausen Tax Grievance Group. Mr. Heller and Mr. Clausen were both inspired to launch their Long Island tax grievance company after receiving minimal reductions. They discovered that many grievance companies were either settling for a minimal property tax reduction than their clients were entitled to or companies were utilizing obsolete technology.
Today, the property tax grievance company has been winning record-breaking property tax refunds and reductions for their clients.