Stop overpaying your property taxes.
You can save thousands by filing a property tax appeal. File with TaxProper in under two minutes—only pay if you save.
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What do we do?
TaxProper helps homeowners save money on their property taxes. We do this by accurately valuing real estate
and filing a property tax appeal when your home is overassessed. You can get an appeal filed in two minutes or less with TaxProper,
and be assured that it is accompanied by the best possible evidence.
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Appeal in four easy steps
Your home is overassessed
Since property tax assessments are done en masse, the county assessor often gets it wrong. That's why everyone should appeal.
Look up your property here
All we need is your address. Our algorithm analyzes every single property in your neighborhood to estimate how much you can save.
We manage your paperwork
We'll assemble the appeal forms, keep track of the deadlines, and submit your paperwork and evidence to the county assessor.
You'll be notified within 6-8 weeks of the county's decision. The majority of appeals win, and an assessment reduction can potentially lower your tax bill by thousands.
What our customers are saying
Edwin saved $2,434.80 on his property taxes
I tried to contest my taxes on my own but after a lot of red tape I was not getting any results. After turning to TaxProper I got immediate results. They handled everything. I'm very glad I found them.
Karthik saved $385.95 on his property taxes
I had a fantastic experience getting my property tax deal processed through TaxProper. The process was simple and uncomplicated. TaxProper did a great job answering any questions I had about the process and their service. I would recommend them anytime for tax appeal needs.
Sherry saved $357.44 on her property taxes
TaxProper saved us hundreds of dollars in property taxes without having to do anything! TaxProper did all the work and saved us money!
We offer multiple different appeal types, depending upon where your home is.
|Self‑File Appeal||Flat‑Fee Appeal||Contingency Appeal|
|Available In TaxProper-Filed Locations*|
|Available In Self-Filed Locations*|
|You File The Appeal|
|TaxProper Files The Appeal|
|Customize your evidence tool|
|Up-Front Fee||$9.99||$149—refunded if your appeal doesn't win.||-|
|Fee due after successful appeal||-||-||30% of your first years tax-bill savings.|
How much does it cost?
We offer two pricing options to suit your needs. You can either pay a risk-free $149 flat fee up front, which we refund if the appeal doesn't win, or instead elect to pay 30% of your savings when the appeal is successful. Either way, it's a 100% risk-free proposition. If you don't save, we don't get paid.
How much can I save?
Our research shows that the majority of people that appeal successfully reduce their property tax bill. Our success rate is 37% better than the Cook County average. A successful appeal results in an average savings of $650.
Can my assessment increase as a result of filing an appeal?
In almost all counties, your assessment will never increase because you filed an appeal. In some, while it is technically allowed, it is extremely rare—less than 0.1% of appeals result in an increase.
Is TaxProper a law firm?
No, we are not a law firm and we do not provide legal advice. We are a technology company working to make property tax appeals easy and affordable for everyone.
How quickly will my appeal be processed?
We can promise that you can get your appeal filed in 5 minutes or less through TaxProper. The county typically will take several weeks to months to process the appeal.
Where does TaxProper operate?
TaxProper currently serves most of the United States.
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My tax bill is due soon and my appeal isn't resolved yet. Should I still pay or do I wait until I get my assessment results?
TaxProper always recommends paying your property tax bill on time. If your bill is not paid on time, you risk facing delinquency fees. If your appeal is deemed successful and your tax bill is lowered but you've already paid, your county's assessor's office and tax collector will coordinate a refund for the amount you have overpaid.