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Recent Trends in Wisconsin's Property Tax Assessment Process.

Our Speaker for March is Doug Pessefall, an attorney with Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek. 

Mr. Pessefall will give us an overview of the property tax assessment process in Wisconsin, and take a look at recent trends, including proposed legislation and trends affecting the valuation of multi-family residential properties. 

A link to his bio is on Perhaps more telling than an impressive, well polished bio is that long time AASEW board member Tim Ballering had chosen Mr. Pessefall as the attorney to litigate the assessments of properties owned by his companies in the city of Milwaukee. 

If you cannot sell your property, today, for cash ,at assessed value, then the assessed value is wrong and you are paying more taxes than required of you by law. Ultimately these over assessments harm the lower income families of Milwaukee by artificially increasing their cost of housing . - Tim Ballering 

Learn how you can avoid paying too much in property taxes by attending this meeting. 

Cost: Free for all current AASEW members, $30 for nonmembers and expired members.

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