By statute, Colorado must reassess the value of real property every two years on “odd-numbered” years. As a property owner, you have the right to protest the County Assessor’s value. If successful in lowering the value, less property taxes will be owed. Our attorneys are uniquely skilled and experienced with property tax protests and appeals in front of the County Assessor, the County Board of Equalization, and the District Court. Moreover, our attorneys routinely handle tax abatements if a property owner fails to timely protest their reassessed value.

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