Here is what you need to know about White Plains:
• The Grievance filing period is January 1st - January 21st. The last day to file is January 21st.
• We only have one chance each year to appeal your property tax assessment.
Here is what you need to know about us:
• Our team has lived and worked in Westchester for 24 years and understands the White Plains real estate market completely.
• We are a team of property tax specialists and analysts that focus on residential properties exclusively in Westchester County, NY.
Real estate taxes are based on assessment which are often incorrect or outdated. You might be entitled to an equitable property tax reduction.
Frequently asked questions
How do I know if I am paying too much property taxes in White Plains?
Homes are taxed based on the City of White Plains' assessment. The City of White Plains Assessor sometimes overestimates the assessed value of your home. If the White Plains Assessor overestimated the assessed value, it means your home is over assessed and you are paying more than your fair share of property taxes.
Does the Assessor’s Office in White Plains make errors in determining the assessed value of homes in White Plains?
Yes, mistakes sometimes happen. Categories of mistakes include incorrectly recording the square footage, lot size, and number of rooms, to name a few. These discrepancies might drive a higher assessed value of your home.
How can I reduce my property taxes in White Plains?
In order to reduce your property taxes in White Plains, one must challenge the assessment by filing a property tax assessment grievance with the White Plains Board of Assessment Review. You only have one chance each year to challenge your property tax assessment in White Plains.
Can my White Plains property taxes go up by going through this process?
No, your assessment cannot be increased by filing a property tax assessment grievance in White Plains. New York State Law mandates that all properties be assessed fairly. If you are over-assessed, you have the legal right to challenge your assessment. You have nothing to lose.
What is your fee for White Plains residents?
There’s no fee unless we can reduce your assessment. We work on contingency basis. Our fee is 50% of the first year’s tax savings. All future savings are yours to enjoy.
Do I need an appraisal to appeal my property taxes in White Plains?
There is no requirement as to the type of evidence needed.
My neighbor and I have almost the same home so why are their property taxes lower than ours?
Your neighbor’s property may be under-assessed, or your neighbor may have exemptions that you do not have.