SHARED Monthly Member Meeting with STLIPA

  • February 20, 2013 · 7:00 PM
  • Southern Commercial Bank

WARNING:

DON'T ATTEND THIS MEETING IF YOU LIKE PAYING TAXES OR IF YOU HAVE TOO MUCH MONEY...

What County Governments Don't Want You to Know About the Easy Essentials of Saving Big Bucks by Challenging Your Real Estate Taxes

Some say it is your patriotic duty to pay taxes?!?! Regardless of your personal belief, one thing is certain, it is stupid to pay a dime more than you should!

2012 IS A REASSESSMENT YEAR...Every two years, every County Government is required to re-assess the value of every single parcel of real estate in their jurisdication. Some years, assessed values go up...some years, they go down...some years, they stay the same.

What the County won't tell you:

1) Your taxes can (and often do) go up even if your assessed value drops...really? YES IT IS TRUE.

2) Once set, that value is used to determine how much you will pay in real estate taxes for the NEXT TWO YEARS!!

3) You have a legal right to challenge your assessed value...and they won't tell you what to bring and how to win!

YOU CAN LEGALLY REDUCE YOUR REAL ESTATE TAXES if you exercise your legal right to challenge that assessed value AND come armed with the right information, you present it in the correct manner and you make your case. It takes work, but it can be financially beneficial...

Scott Walpert of PAR Residential will share the Secrets of Do-It-Yourself Tax Appeals. He will also share a NO RISK, NO WORK WIN-WIN OPTION That You Just Can't Refuse!!

Scott Wolpert is a partner in PAR Residential and has over 12 years commercial and residential appraisal and property tax experience. He has appraised commercial and residential real estate, and handled thousands of property tax appeals in over 10 states.

He is a Missouri State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, a member of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), the Missouri and National Association of REALTORS®, and the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT).

LEGISLATIVE and MARKET UPDATE: Just as it sounds, learn more about the local St. Louis Market and the GOOD, BAD and UGLY of key legislation working through Congress, the General Assembly and local City Halls...this is economic preservation folks, so you have to attend.

 

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JOINT MEMBERSHIP DEALS AVAILABLE WITH STLIPA AND TWO OTHER MEMBERSHIP GROUPS...SEE BRYAN YOUNG FOR DETAILS...

If you are a landlord and investor, or are just thinking about investing in real estate, we encourage you to check us out for FREE.

The STLIPA monthly member meeting is FREE to paid members and first time guests, and includes a light snack/food and drink...we have weekly networking lunches at Cecil's on South Grand...we have our members only website and newsletter....we also have a family friendly Annual Picnic in June and Christmas Party in December (nominal ticket price). If you join STLIPA (and we think you would be nuts not to) our annual dues are JUST $50 for YOU and YOUR BUSINESS PARTNER/LIFE PARTNER/SIGNIFICANT OTHER/SPOUSE. Just another way we give lots of value for $50 per year. Join two other Meetups - 695 and 520 - for just $50 more annually...See Bryan Young for Details...

Call with questions to[masked]-1221.

When: Wednesday, FEBRUARY 20, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Where: Southern Commercial Bank
4914 Gravois Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63116

This Meetup repeats on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.

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  • Bryan Y.

    I don't want to pay too much in real estate taxes...do you? See you there!!

    February 14, 2013

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