Lower the Tax Burden on Your Commercial Properties

Today’s property management companies aren’t just focused on maintenance and making sure bills are paid. Their goal is to look after every aspect of a commercial property’s well-being — and look out for the people who own the buildings, too. Keeping a keen eye on commercial property valuations is a crucial step toward success. That’s where Lane Property Tax Advocates comes into play.
A property tax firm dedicated to ensuring commercial property owners are only paying what’s fair, Lane takes the stress out of protesting overinflated valuations. Our tax pros hit the ground running, ensuring protests are handled — and handled correctly — from the start. From initial filing and information gathering, to representation through formal and informal hearings, and into arbitration or litigation proceedings if needed, no aspect is overlooked. We’re ready to leverage our commercial real estate experience, property tax knowledge and long-held county appraisal district (CAD) relationships in ways that save your clients money and unburden your business.

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What Goes into a Commercial Property Tax Protest?
Lane leads the way through what can be a months-long process, saving your clients time, headaches and money.
  • January 31st*
    Payment of property taxes from the prior year is due.
  • February
    County Appraisal Districts (CADs) start releasing notice values for properties.
  • February - May
    Property Information Requests are due to your agent. The team reviews property information, tax statements and other evidence to build a case.
  • April 15th
    Business Personal Property (BPP) renditions are due.
  • May 15th
    All commercial property tax protests are due.
  • May - August
    Informal and formal hearings with the CAD begin.
  • August - December
    Arbitration and litigation may take place if you do not agree with the value in the formal ARB hearing.
*Or 30 days after notice.
Why Work with Lane?
Our tax pros have the time, market knowledge and firsthand experience needed to protest clients’ overinflated commercial property taxes — and protest them well.
Information Gathering
Valuation & Assessment Analysis
Preparation & Filing of Renditions, Appeals, Corrections & Exemptions
Appraisal District Correspondence
Representation Through Formal & Informal Hearings
Representation Through Arbitration or Litigation, if Needed
How Can Lane Property Tax Advocates Help?
Lane is serious about our promise to unburden your business. We take the time-consuming task of property tax protests off commercial building owners’ plates, putting our knowledge and experience to work to lower unfair valuations. We handle every detail so you — and your clients — can return focus to managing your commercial properties and running your business.
years of combined real estate experience
of property values are corrected when represented by a property tax firm
average reduction in property values for Lane clients
*Disclaimer: Data as of March 1, 2023; Data does not include litigation or arbitration reductions or values.
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