3 Reasons for What Makes Us Different

We take our clients from COMPLEXITY to SIMPLICITY.

What Makes Us Different

There are three specific characteristics that set us apart from our competitors:

Our Commitment to Owners & Occupiers

Our primary focus as an organization is to work with owners / occupiers of real property. Generating a return from your core business is remarkably different than generating a return from the real estate that you own or lease as a Landlord. Our focus on the occupant and/or tenant’s perspective is unique within the industry as the majority of consulting firms engaging in realty tax solutions focus their efforts and allegiances to the rights and interest of Landlords. We take the time to understand your business and how it impacts the way you utilize real property and in turn its affect on value and translate that knowledge into tax minimization strategies.


Our Commitment to Maximizing Strengths

We are obsessed with identifying and building upon the strengths of our people and ensuring that each client project has the proper mix and assignment of resources. Our commitment to maximizing strengths and ensuring all of our people understand their unique abilities is unheard of within the realty tax community. This detailed focus on strengths elevates the individual and team confidence level, which translates into much greater productivity which enables us to deliver results for our clients.


Our Mastery of the Basics of Realty Tax Minimization

We support tax minimization efforts through a variety of activities including:

  • Managing information and providing reporting capabilities for our clients
  • Leading the review and appeal process related to assessments and enabling our clients to make educated decisions that affect their tax liability
  • Providing tax allocation review services and supporting recovery through landlord negotiations and/or acting as expert witnesses in arbitration/mediation settings
  • Negotiating with assessors and/or providing Expert Witness support in the context of formal assessment appeal hearings