Take Control of Your Property Tax Bill

We’ve helped save more than 12,000 homeowners and property managers in Chicago (Cook, DuPage and Lake Counties) and Houston (Harris County) $25 million dollars in property taxes with successful appeals on over 35,000 properties. Condo associations and businesses have also saved a bundle.

How Kensington Property Tax Appeals Work

Step 1

Calculator

Get a Free Property Tax Appeal Estimate

Provide your address(es) and we estimate how much you can save, using a proprietary algorithm and the most up-to-date data available around comparable properties.

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Step 2

Documents

Your Property Tax Appeal Is Filed

Sign some paperwork and our deeply experienced team goes to work preparing and coordinating property tax appeals for both the assessor and/or board of review.

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Step 3

Save Money

You Win the Appeal & Save Money

Your property tax reduction is applied to your 2nd installment property tax bill and may save you money year after year. You pay nothing unless you win. Our clients win over of the time.

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Who We Serve

Homeowners

Homeowners

Your home is likely the most important investment you will ever make. Don’t pay more in property taxes than you should. Give us your address and we’ll calculate how much you may be able to save based on 5 comparable properties or “comps.”

Free Property Tax Reduction Estimate

Property Managers

Property Managers

If you own/manage multiple single-family homes or small apartment buildings, staying vigilant against unfair assessment increases goes straight to your bottom line. Give us a list of your addresses and we’ll estimate your savings.

Send Us a List of Your Properties

Business Owners

Business Owners

If you recently made a property purchase, make sure you’re not overspending on property taxes. If you can share 3 years of your income and expense statements, we can provide an estimate of how much you may be able to save on appeal.

Request a Commercial Property Tax Appeal Estimate

Testimonials

Common Misconceptions

Misconception
Reality
The system is rigged so why bother?
Assessors rely on appeals to improve fairness of assessments
Property tax appeals are a scam.
We succeed by successfully advocating for you. When you don’t appeal, you are effectively underwriting the savings of those who do.
I already won a property tax reduction. Why do it again?
Counties don’t always keep up with recent sales and, if you don’t appeal every year, you may be leaving money on the table.
The process is too complicated and time consuming.
The process is complicated, but not for our clients. We do the work and stay on top of all the deadlines. Nothing gets missed.
Why appeal before a reassessment? My property taxes are going to go up anyway.
Appealing before your home is reassessed could reduce your next bill by thousands, and any increase may be mitigated by the reduction to your assessment.
I will save a lot of money by appealing myself.
Only if you don’t put a value on your time and don’t count the extra savings that expertise and multiple appeals can yield.

Common Misconceptions

Misconception

  • The system is rigged so why bother?
  • Property tax appeals are a scam.
  • I already won a property tax reduction. Why do it again?
  • The process is too complicated and time consuming.
  • Why appeal before a reassessment? My property taxes are going to go up anyway.
  • I will save a lot of money by appealing myself.

Reality

  • Assessors rely on appeals to improve fairness of assessments
  • We succeed by successfully advocating for you. When you don’t appeal, you are effectively underwriting the savings of those who do.
  • Counties don’t always keep up with recent sales and, if you don’t appeal every year, you may be leaving money on the table.
  • The process is complicated, but not for our clients. We do the work and stay on top of all the deadlines. Nothing gets missed.
  • Appealing before your home is reassessed could reduce your next bill by thousands, and any increase may be mitigated by the reduction to your assessment.
  • Only if you don’t put a value on your time and don’t count the extra savings that expertise and multiple appeals can yield.