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Appealing Retail Property Tax Assessment

As the owner of retail property, you become increasingly aware of how the expenses add up for maintaining the property. While many factors are within your control, when the county assessor comes to evaluate your property's value, it feels like you have no voice in the matter.

Unfortunately, sometimes assessors make mistakes and overvalue your property. When your assessed property value takes an unexpected jump, your taxes can become a more significant burden than you are prepared to handle.

When it is time to appeal the assessment of your property, you need an advocate who understands the process and how to stand up for you. The Law Office of Cathy Steele can help you understand how to move forward to appeal your assessment.

An Attorney With Experience

There are factors that the assessor may not know or have access to that are important in calculating the market value of your retail property. Lawyer Cathy Steele will help you present additional information in your appeal, including:

  • Comparisons of estimated and actual expenses
  • Sales data
  • Operating costs

Attorney Cathy Steele has represented people before the Board of Equalization and the Missouri State Tax Commission for over 35 years. She understands what the members of the board are looking for in the appeal process.

Make An Appointment

Talking to a lawyer is an essential first step toward appealing the assessment of your retail property in the Clayton and St. Louis area. The Law Office of Cathy Steele offers a free consultation to answer your questions and help you get started. To make an appointment, contact us online or call 314-732-4238.

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