Members of Ballard Spahr’s Real Estate Department are experienced in ad valorem real estate property tax appeals in Pennsylvania. We represent clients across the Commonwealth in appeals for office buildings; apartment houses; industrial, commercial and utility facilities; development sites; refineries; corporate headquarters; shopping centers and malls. We handle appeals before assessment boards and in court (including, if necessary, appellate courts) and negotiate valuable settlements.

 

In view of market conditions, now is a good time to review your company’s real estate portfolio to consider assessment appeals for tax year 2016.  Ballard Spahr stands ready to assist you in these efforts.  Deadlines for appeal in certain Pennsylvania counties follow:   

 

Counties

Deadline

Philadelphia

October 5

Berks

August 17

Bucks

August 3

Chester

August 3

Dauphin

August 1

Delaware

July 31

Lackawanna

September 1

Lancaster

August 1

Lehigh

August 1

Luzerne

July 31

Montgomery

August 3

Monroe

July 31

Northampton

August 1

York

August 1

 

For more information about Pennsylvania real property tax appeals, please contact Philadelphia office Real Estate attorneys Michael Sklaroff  at 215.864.8700 or sklaroff@ballardspahr.com, Philip B. Korb at 215.864.8709 or korb@ballardspahr.com, Wendi L. Kotzen at 215.864.8305 or kotzenw@ballardspahr.com, Matthew N. McClure at 215.864.8771 or mcclure@ballardspahr.com, Joanne Phillips at 215.864.8702 or phillipsj@ballardspahr.com, or Richard J. Slavin at 215.864.8876 or slavinr@ballardspahr.com.


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