Posts Tagged: Reassessment

November 06, 2018

Nassau County’s Upcoming Reassessment

Nassau County will be reassessing all properties, residential and commercial, for the upcoming, tentative 2020/21 assessment roll. The tentative roll will be published January 2, 2019. Both commercial and residential property owners, have, or will be receiving, notices from the Assessor regarding his value determination, their respective levels of assessment and the corresponding, tentative assessment for each property. Additional information about the property, including comparable properties, is available for review on the County’s website “ASK THE ASSESSOR”. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT WE HAVE BEEN MADE AWARE THAT SOME OF THE VALUES ON THE WEBSITE ARE DIFFERENT… Read more »

February 02, 2016

Unconstitutional Selective Reassessments

We have been faced with issues of potential unconstitutional selective reassessments a great deal lately. Unconstitutional selective reassessment occurs when an assessing jurisdiction illegally increases the assessment on a property or changes the classification of a property without increasing the assessment or reclassifying all other similarly situated properties. For example, a commercial property owner may notice an increase in the property’s assessment after purchasing the property. This may be a result of the municipality increasing the assessment to the sale price. In general, in New York, “[a]ll real property in each assessing unit shall be… Read more »