Property Assessment Review

Sound Tax Management by
St. Louis’ Leading Property Tax Experts.

  • 17 years of proven appeal experience
  • Over $161 million in total tax savings achieved
  • Reviewing and appealing over $5.5 billion in commerical property annually.

Property taxes are an expense that must be actively managed or you risk paying more than you should.  The simple fact is - assessors make mistakes. Every two years, assessors in Missouri estimate the market value of your real and personal property using mass computer modeling and appraisal techniques which result in errors and miscalculations that can cost you money - year after year.

Legal Expertise

All legal strategies and valuation methods will be utilized to keep your property taxes to their lowest, legal minimums. Case law and court decisions are continually changing the landscape of property taxation. We keep up to date on the latest decisions which can benefit your bottom line. We all have to pay taxes, but it is your legal right not to be overtaxed.

No Savings - No Fee

We operate on a contingent fee basis:  No savings, no fee.  We pay for all costs of the appeal including legal and appraisal. 

Real Estate

There are opportunities for reductions in all types of properties - big or small, mixed use retail to large warehouse and manufacturing facilities. Click here for a few success stories.
Personal Property

Personal property loses its value much faster than the assessors' depreciation tables allow. As a result, most companies continually overpay on computers, furniture, telephones, copiers and machinery. Here are a few examples.
“It never ceases to amaze me how much money I pay in property taxes. But I am equally amazed at the money you save me every year. Thanks.”
- Jerry Leigh, Property Manager, A.M.C.I.

2015 Appeal Deadlines

St. Louis City - July 13th, 2015

St. Louis County - July 13th, 2015

St. Charles County - July 13th, 2015

Jefferson County - July 13th, 2015

Franklin County - June 15th, 2015

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