A property tax appeal (also known as a property tax protest or grievance) is the process of disputing a property's value with the relevant tax assessor, usually with the goal to reduce property taxes.

The steps taken to reduce a property's tax assessment vary widely across states and counties, but almost all property tax jurisdictions have a process for contesting a property's taxable value.

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