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By eg blogger on 3/26/2012 5:14 AM
Estes & Gandhi, P.C. and the Patel Law Group are teaming up to hold a presentation on April 4, 2012 related to property tax and other commercial due diligence issues to review before buying or selling commercial properties in Texas.  The event will be held at the “new” Mayuri Restaurant in Irving, Texas.  Niral Gandhi and Joshua Estes of Estes & Gandhi, P.C. will present “Property Tax Implications when Buying and Selling Commercial Properties,” followed by Rakesh Patel of the Patel Law Group and Steve Ramsey of Providence Title presenting “Due Diligence Before Closing a Real Estate Transaction.”  For more information on this event, check out our News & Events page.  To register, please RSVP by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Estes & Gandhi, P.C.

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By eg blogger on 3/26/2012 4:55 AM
Estes & Gandhi, P.C. and the Patel Law Group are teaming up to hold a presentation on April 4, 2012 related to property tax and other commercial due diligence issues to review before buying or selling commercial properties in Texas.  The event will be held at the “new” Mayuri Restaurant in Irving, Texas.  Niral Gandhi and Joshua Estes of Estes & Gandhi, P.C. will present “Property Tax Implications when Buying and Selling Commercial Properties,” followed by Rakesh Patel of the Patel Law Group and Steve Ramsey of Providence Title presenting “Due Diligence Before Closing a Real Estate Transaction.”  For more information on this event, check out our News & Events page.  To register, please RSVP by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Estes & Gandhi, P.C.

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By eg blogger on 3/25/2012 4:35 AM

In Texas, buildings that are classified as “historic buildings” are provided an exemption on their property taxes in return for the requirement to follow city rules on renovations and maintainance.  Although the program may be necessary and beneficial in certain circumstances, many critics believe the program is too relaxed granting exemptions when not justified.

By eg blogger on 3/24/2012 5:55 AM

Although Kansas seems to be moving forward with plans to significantly reduce its income taxes, the results may not be as beneficial as they believe according to a recent report by the Center of Budget and Policy Priorities.

By eg blogger on 3/21/2012 4:06 PM
Click here for an interesting article about how some wealthy individuals have found loopholes in the property tax system to significantly reduce their tax liabilities at the expense of others.  These individuals do so by grazing a limited amount of cattle or other livestock to invoke the agriculture/pasture exemption or assessment.

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By eg blogger on 2/15/2012 8:08 AM

Texas Senator Steve Ogden continues to push his proposal for a statewide property tax to pay for the public education inequities.  However any proposal for a statewide property tax would require significant debate, which has yet to happen.

By eg blogger on 2/6/2012 10:15 AM

The unfortunate, but necessary evil of property tax relates to what happens when a property owner cannot pay the property taxes and becomes delinquent on tax payments.  Under the Texas Property Tax Code, the taxing entities are able to (and often do) foreclose on the properties.

By eg blogger on 1/28/2012 2:07 PM
The Tax Foundation of Washington D.C. recently released a report ranking states by the most "tax-friendly" to the least.  Texas ranked in the top 10, while states like California, New York, and New Jersey ranked as some of the least-friendliest states.

By eg blogger on 1/20/2012 12:10 PM

Estes & Gandhi, P.C. and Colliers International are teaming up with Comerica Bank and Associatitle to hold the 2012 Annual Property Tax Prospectus on Wednesday, January 25, 2012.  For the invitation and more information on this event, check out our News & Events page.

By eg blogger on 1/18/2012 9:10 AM
The Wikipedia blackout today may not be so "blacked-out" after all.
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