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Allegheny County Assessments: March Notices

Thumbnail image for BW-SQ-City-County-Bldg.jpgMany thousands of Allegheny County property owners have already received notices of their new assessed values. Shocking increases in values have owners asking what it means for their taxes and what they can do about it. Thousands of appeals have already been filed, challenging the unfair tax assessments.

Only one final group remains to be notified. Residents in the northern areas of Allegheny County are asking where their notices are and when they will find out how their assessed property values are affected. The following municipalities should expect to see their new assessed values after they are mailed on March 2, 2012:

  • Aleppo Township
  • Aspinwall Borough
  • Avalon Borough
  • Bell Acres Borough
  • Bellevue Borough
  • Ben Avon Heights Borough
  • Ben Avon Borough
  • Blawnox Borough
  • Brackenridge Borough
  • Bradford Woods Borough
  • Cheswick Borough
  • Coraopolis Borough
  • Crescent Township
  • East Deer Township
  • Edgeworth Borough
  • Emsworth Borough
  • Etna Borough
  • Fawn Township
  • Findlay Township
  • Franklin Park Borough
  • Frazer Township
  • Fox Chapel Borough
  • Glenfield Borough
  • Glen Osbourne Borough
  • Hampton Township
  • Harmar Township
  • Harrison Township
  • Haysville Borough
  • Indiana Township
  • Ingram Borough
  • Kennedy Township
  • Kilbuck Township
  • Leet Township
  • Leetsdale Borough
  • Marshall Township
  • McCandless Township
  • McDonald Borough
  • McKees Rocks Township
  • Millvale Borough
  • Moon Township
  • Neville Township
  • North Fayette Township
  • Oakdale Borough
  • O'Hara Township
  • Ohio Township
  • Pennsbury Village
  • Pine Township
  • Reserve Township
  • Richland Township
  • Robinson Township
  • Ross Township
  • Sewickley Borough
  • Sewickley Heights Borough
  • Sewickley Hills Borough
  • Shaler Township
  • Sharpsburg Borough
  • Springdale Borough
  • Springdale Township
  • Stowe Township
  • Tarentum Borough
  • Thornburg Borough
  • West Deer Township
  • West View Borough

When you receive your new assessment in the mail, contact the Kisner Law Firm to determine if an appeal can save you money. Our success stories show how much money owners can save from fighting back against their assessed values. A successful appeal can mean hundreds or thousands of dollars in savings every year, making it worthwhile to hire an experienced real estate attorney.

Kim Kisner has been representing owners in real estate assessment appeals for years, helping them to reduce the assessed values of their homes and other properties. For a low flat fee, the Kisner Law Firm will represent you throughout the entire appeal process:

  • We will file a formal appeal
  • We will gather evidence that supports a lower assessed value
  • We will represent you at the hearing (you don't even need to come)
  • We will appeal to the next level, the Board of Viewers, if necessary to fight for a lower value

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