It’s simple to preserve your property tax appeal rights. You want to fill you the basic PT-311-A form which only take 10 minutes at most. This is your first step in securing your 3-year property tax freeze. It is worth doing and you don’t have to pay any fees.
Watch this video to better understand how you can freeze your property taxes in Georgia. You go through the Georgia property tax appeal process to make sure you secure your property tax freeze. This is something you can learn to do without hiring anyone!
I have a YouTube channel, “MattCommand”. On this YouTube channel, I occasionally make videos to teach and inform people how the Georgia Property Tax Appeals work. You may want to check it out if you need some additional tips and help getting through your property tax appeal especially now after the crazy last two years […]
I’ve prepared an updated Georgia Property Tax Appeal Chart which maps out the major steps and milestones to help you navigate your own path to your 3-year property tax freeze. Disclaimer: Please note that is chart is for informational and educational purposes only. This chart is subject to update and revision at anytime. This chart […]
Cobb County Chief Appraiser explains the 2023 Assessment Notices and what you can do to appeal your property.
Cobb County Chief Appraiser explains Assessment Notices and how property values are determined. Cobb County Chief Appraiser explains tax appeal process and what he recommends you do.
When I began filing my own property tax appeals over a decade ago, I never knew one of the benefits of filing property tax appeals in Georgia is that property owners are able to get a 3-year property tax freeze. How this is allowed is buried in the Georgia statutes. Specifically, OCGA § 48-5-299(c). § […]
I have created a Georgia Tax Appeal Process Infographic to help property owners understand the “big picture” the entire process. I have used the Board of Equalization (BOE) path in this example. The path and procedure is different with the Hearing Officer and Arbitration paths. But they all end with the Superior Court being the […]
Fulton County produced a short (1-minute) video that simply explains the Board of Equalization and its process. It is worth watching. However, what is peculiar about this video is that it appears to abruptly cut off at the end.
For many years, I have heard of Board of Equalization hearings (often referred to as BOE hearings). I understood conceptually what they did but it was esoteric and a mystery for me what really happens at these hearings. A few years ago, I decided I wanted to find out for myself once and for all […]