The Law Office of Cathy Steele has helped many individuals and businesses in the Greater St. Louis area successfully challenge their property tax assessments. Our knowledgeable and determined representation has resulted in substantial tax savings for our clients.
Located in Clayton, Missouri, we represent property owners in the city of St. Louis and St. Louis County, as well as St. Charles County and Jefferson County. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss strategies for reducing the assessed value of commercial properties, industrial properties, agricultural properties, multifamily units and rental properties.
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Attorney Cathy Steele has more than 35 years of experience in the niche area of property tax appeals. She routinely appears before county Board of Equalization and the Missouri State Tax Commission on behalf of business owners, farmers and other property owners regarding tax appeal assessments of the following:
- We successfully appeal county assessors' valuations of commercial and industrial properties. Many business owners throughout the St. Louis area have relied on us to save money on property taxes each year.
- We frequently appeal assessed values and classifications of agricultural properties. Land owners throughout the area rely on our firm to help them reduce property taxes and confirm that their properties are zoned appropriately.
- What is the actual value of your apartment complex or other multifamily rental property? By arriving at the correct value of the property, we can ensure that you are paying the correct amount in property taxes.
Your best chance of appealing your property tax assessment is to hire an attorney who understands the complex factors at play. We enjoy a good working relationship with assessors' offices and Board of Equalization in the St. Louis metro area, and have had notable successes before the State Tax Commission.
Call our Clayton office at 314-727-7551 for a free phone consultation, or contact us online. We take most tax appeals on a contingency basis — there are no attorney's fees unless we succeed in lowering your assessment.