Municipal Assessment Review
Municipal assessment review
In our expert municipal assessment review, we aim to determine the real value of your property so that you can pay your fair share of property taxes, which can lead to significant savings.
Familiarization with the municipal assessment file.
Analysis of the financial rental parameters (if applicable).
Analysis of the market data.
Estimate of the real value that should appear on the municipal assessment roll.
Filing an application for legal review in the event of a discrepancy between our results and the current municipal value.
Delivery of our analyses and negotiation with the municipal assessors to reach a satisfactory settlement.
In the event of status quo from the City, recommendations to the client on whether one or more requests for summary judgment should be filed with the Tribunal administratif du Québec.
Example of a real case
Is the municipal assessment of your property too high? Here is a typical case.
Appealing to the Tribunal administratif du Québec
Do you believe it is legitimate to dispute your excessive or non-compliant municipal assessment?
GDA Québec professionals have solid experience as expert witnesses at the Tribunal administratif du Québec, the Court of Québec, and the Superior Court.
Calculate the amount that you could potentially save
Is it worth the trouble to dispute your commercial municipal assessment? Our chartered appraisers will tell you. Request your consultation here!
Our other services
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