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What Commercial Real Estate Segments are Hot and Not -- Evaluating the Prospects for a Successful Tax Appeal in the Current Climate

December 13, 2018Attorney: Carl A. Rizzo
Location: Cole Schotz P.C. 25 Main St, Hackensack, NJ 07601


Drivers, Dropouts and Dives

What Commercial Real Estate Segments are Hot and Not –
Evaluating the Prospects for a Successful Tax Appeal in the Current Climate


Program Outline:
8:15 - 8:45 AM    Breakfast and Networking
8:45 - 9:30 AM    Brief Presentations by Matthew and Carl


Mathew Krauser: to identify market swings, trends and provide a review of relevant market indicators including: macro-economic factors (unemployment, wage growth, vacancy) as well as absorption and capitalization rates.

Carl A. Rizzo: to highlight matters within the property owners/developers’ control that impact the likelihood of success in the appeal process (meeting the annual filing deadlines; timely and properly responding to assessor’s Chapter 91 requests; conducting a real-time income capitalization valuation review to better understand the Tax Court’s approach to stabilized valuation); and to capitalize on statutory protections afforded taxpayers through the Freeze Act.


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