Thousands Overtaxed

Despite widespread reassessments, thousands of Long Islanders -- perhaps as many as one in three -- pay property taxes that are too high. Last year alone, more than 60,000 Nassau homeowners sought property tax relief by filing tax grievances. And now, with market values plummeting and taxes still rising, it's more important than ever to file for relief.

A Reduction Now Is Necessary!

Nassau County's latest plan for dealing with the dysfunctional assessment system is that annual local property tax levy increases will be capped at 2 percent throughout New York State in 2022. This tax cap applies to the Nassau County general tax levy, which is a portion of all homeowners' tax bills, however, the administration has hurried into a reassessment that increases tax percentages for county residents

Free Analysis

The tax grievance asks the local taxing authority -- the County in Nassau -- to reduce the assessment on which your property tax is based. If your assessment has changed or you're paying too much compared to your neighbors, ask us for a free, no obligation analysis.

It's Your Right!

Your right to a fair assessment is protected by law, and filing a grievance is the only way to get the right assessment and right market value for your property. You have nothing to lose, and could save thousands! Nobody comes to your home to inspect. And your assessment cannot go up because you filed a protest; it can only go down or remain the same. But you can only file once a year and the time to get started is now.

No Fee Unless We Win

NY Property Tax Reduction has been preparing tax grievances for Long Islander homeowners for nearly two decades. Among our thousands of satisfied clients are many who first tried another service or tried unsuccessfully to file for themselves. At NY Property Tax, we're so sure we can reduce your taxes that we take no upfront retainers or "preparation fees". In fact, we don't get paid unless we win your case.

The Current Outlook

Because of Nassau's yearly reassessments, we recommend filing a grievance every year, even if you have a pending case or one recently settled. Property values continue to decline, but Nassau County real estate assessments have not decreased proportionately. Your home is worth less now and that lower value should be reflected in your tax bill!