How We Saved Our Client Over $100,000


When they received their Notice of Assessment from Fulton County in the mail, they thought it was a mistake.  Their estimated property tax bill increased 1,002%. This bill had the potential to cripple the business and have real effects on head county and the viability of the business.

After several meetings with our firm and the Fulton County Appraisers, client was able to reduce the taxable fair market value of their property from $7,017,700 to $1,250,000 which reduced their 2017 property tax bill from $121,546 to $12,123.

Remember to check your notice of assessment for every property you own every year.  Georgia law requires each County Tax Assessor to send each property owner an estimate of the property tax bill on a “Notice of Assessment”.  These notices are sent in the mail and posted online. If the County’s opinion of the fair market value seems out of line, then give us a call to see if we can help.


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