Property Tax Assessments And Appeals

Webinar: ID# 1014007
Recorded CD
About This Course:
How is the assessor valuing the property and what factors are being considered? What should I do if I do not think the assessment is correct?

This live webinar will provide the answers to these questions and more. We will discuss the techniques available to the assessor for the valuation of both real and personal property for property tax assessment purposes.

The concepts of depreciation will be explored in depth along with their relevance to property tax assessments. Most importantly, the live webinar will provide information on how to appeal the value if you believe the assessor is incorrect. It is critical for anyone with oversight or responsibility for real and personal property tax to attend this live webinar.

Topics Covered Include:
  • Property Tax Assessments – How Does the Assessor Value Property?
    • Cost Approach
    • Income Approach
    • Sales Comparison Approach
  • Depreciation – How Does This Impact the Value for Assessment Purposes?
    • Physical Depreciation
    • Functional Obsolescence
    • Economic Obsolescence
  • I Do Not Agree With the Assessor's Conclusion – How to Appeal the Value
    • Informal Techniques
    • Formal Appeal
    • Resolution

Robert E. Lange CMI, ASA
  • Property tax manager with Schenk SC in Milwaukee, WI
  • More than 25 years of experience in property tax compliance and consulting on all aspects of the property assessment cycle
  • Areas of specialization include complex commercial and industrial valuation and assessment, property tax compliance, credits and incentives
  • Background also includes performing depreciation and classification studies for cost segregation purposes
  • Prior to joining Schenck, he was with a Big Four firm, where he consulted with clients on real and personal property valuation issues includes valuing industrial and commercial properties throughout the United States, as well as in Central America, Europe and Asia
  • Frequent speaker at the local and national level for several professional organizations including the Institute for Professionals in Taxation
  • Works with clients and assessors starting at the informal level to achieve resolution of relevant issues, but has also appeared at Boards of Review to provide expert testimony when required
  • Institute for Professionals in Taxation, Certified Member of the Institute (CMI)
  • American Society of Appraisers, Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA)
  • American Institute of Architects, associate member
  • M.B.A., M.A. and B.S. degrees, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Property Tax Assessments And Appeals
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