Property TaXperts, LLC (PTX) is an ad valorem consulting and education firm that represents property owners throughout Indiana and beyond who feel their assessed values are not in line with the real estate market. PTX can help you challenge your assessment and will represent you before the Property Tax Board of Appeals. You have the right to challenge your assessment based on your Form 11 assessment notice or your property tax bill.
Jonathan Weaver, principal consultant, is a former county assessor who inherited 9,700 assessment appeals from a previous administration and conquered all of them in an incredible two years. His work ethic and leadership abilities directed his staff in finalizing those appeals in a fair and equitable manner for the taxpayers and county. In addition, he quickly became one of the first assessors in the state to earn his Level III Assessor-Appraiser certification. He also became one of two assessors in the state and one of 150 assessment administrators worldwide to earn his Assessment Administration Specialist (AAS) designation from the International Association of Assessing Officers. Jonathan earned his real estate license in 2003 and was quickly recognized for his customer service skills by being awarded his Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) designation. He is still active with the local board of Realtors.
Work with someone who refined the system.
Our goal is to consult and educate on the property tax. We will file appeals form, represent you before the county board and present the case for a reduction if we believe your property qualifies.
We will file an appeal, challenging your assessed value for your property in the county where it is located.
We start with a minimal service fee, and then there are no additional costs until we achieve results.
Our work experience includes residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and investment property.
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1. In Indiana, property taxes are based on the assessed value of your home or business real property as of March 1, 2010.
2. The installments are due May 10th and November 10th, 2011.
3. Appeal deadlines will vary by county.
4. County board hearings will vary by county.
5. Ask about our services in other states.