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Skills And Experience That Get Results

For 40 years, I have helped clients throughout the United States appeal their property taxes. Having formerly practiced for 22 years in one of Michigan’s premier law firms, I offer clients the skills and experience of a big firm combined with the personalized service of a small legal setting.

My practice, Randall P. Whately, PLLC, was founded on the tenet of providing valuable property tax appeal information to clients throughout the state. If your property hasn’t been assessed properly, call my office today for experienced, client-focused guidance.

Property Tax Assessments Can Be Wrong

Property taxes are meant to be ad valorem, which is to say based on the value of the property. However, this value is based on what it would take to replace the property. The fair market value for the property often differs from what it would take to replace the property due to a wide range of factors, including the condition of the property, location and other specifications. Unfortunately, you could be taxed based on an amount that doesn’t apply to your property as it is today.

If you’re a business owner, determining a fair rate of taxation on your commercial property is especially important to save you money and time.

How I Can Help You With Your Property Tax Appeal

I work with clients who own income-producing property, holders of owner-occupied commercial properties and industrial property owners. Business owners who lease their business premises pursuant to leases requiring them to pay the owner’s property taxes constitute a significant portion of my client base. I also represent many homeowners, condominium associations, owners of vacant properties and owners of golf courses.

I can smoothly guide you through the process of filing and prosecuting a commercial property tax appeal. I have numerous contacts and relationships throughout the area, which often allows the appeals I handle to be discussed in an amicable forum. However, I know how to play hardball if necessary.

Contact Me For A Free Consultation

You won’t overpay on my watch. Call my office today to speak with an attorney who has decades of experience helping property owners fight for fair taxes on their real estate. The majority of my work is done on a contingency fee basis, and we discuss the details in your free consultation.

Call me today at 734-335-1967 or send me an email to learn more.