We are currently reaching out by email to all of last years clients to renew their appeal petitions for 2019.  If you have not received an email from us or want to discuss the 2019 appeal process.  Please call or email us today.

As a courtesy to our clients if we represented you last year (2018 Tax Year) and your assessed value has been raised we may decide to preemptively file a petition on your property to make sure you don’t miss your chance.

However, if you have bought or sold any property, please try to let us know by either entering the information in our online form or contacting us directly at 305.443.4966

If you have never worked with us before please fill out our online form and we will have everything we need to get the petitions in on time and we will follow up with you soon after the filing deadline if we need more detailed information.

Hurricane Dorian, Thurday 11am Update

Once again it seems that a hurricane is threatening South Florida right as owners are receiving their TRIM Notice from the County that details their upcoming real estate taxes.

Because of this, we expect some disruption in our office hours between now and Sept 17th.

As a courtesy to our clients if we represented you last year (2018 Tax Year) and your assessed value has been raised we may decide to preemptively file a petition on your property to make sure you don’t miss your chance.

However, if you have bought or sold any property, please try to let us know by either entering the information in our online form or contacting us directly at 305.443.4966

If you have never worked with us before please fill out our online form and we will have everything we need to get the petitions in on time and we will follow up with you soon after the filing deadline if we need more detailed information.

Stay safe and prepared, South Florida.

Track Hurricane Dorian on the Official NOAA Website

 

 

We just finished creating an updated version of our “world famous” Township, Range & Section Map for Miami-Dade County using free GIS Data from Miami-Dade County and QGIS.

Download it here for a printable copy [DCRE 2018 TRS Map] Or invite us out for lunch and we’ll bring you an 11 x17 poster-sized version once they arrive.

 

Tom was quoted in the Miami Today, today, in a story about the tax implications of Miami’s priciest Office Towers.

“Thomas Dixon of Dixon Com­mercial Real Estate finds the larg­est office buildings contributing about S51 million to Miami-Dade in 2017 property taxes.

Reviewing the 20 largest multi-tenant properties within Miami-Dade, findings show how the investment per square foot of rentable space changed from 2016 to 2017. Mr. Dixon sees factors such as a building’s age and whether it was recently sold as influencing its property taxes.”

You can read the full article online if you have a subscription.