James Doughtery Appraisers of Bucks County, PA


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We can help you reduce your property taxes without leaving your house.  We will prepare an appraisal for you to submit to your Board of Assessment or local tax assessor.  We walk you through every aspect of the process – including how to complete the appeal form.  The only things you will need to do are schedule an appraisal appointment with us and mail your appeal to the Board or assessor.  You do not need an attorney and you do not need to attend a hearing.  Please read some of our past clients' testimonials.

In the last five years we helped over 500 clients reduce their property taxes by an average of 19%.  Their average savings was approximately $1,500 per year. During that same time period, we turned down hundreds of people who were hoping to reduce their taxes, but in reality were not over assessed.  In good conscience, we are not going to accept an appraisal fee unless we are confident that the outcome will be favorable for the client.


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You may be able to save money on property taxes with a proper appraisal. Please fill out the form below and we'll send you more information, with no obligation. We guarantee your privacy.
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Keep in mind, tax appeal appraisal work is a specialized area of appraising.  I would estimate that less than 5% of appraisers have experience with tax appeal work.  For additional insight in regard to the level of detail we provide, please review a tax appeal appraisal sample

Please complete the "Property Taxes Too High?" submission on this page.  We will respond in a timely manner.  Or contact us via the phone and we will be happy to do a "what if" scenario where we can tell you how much your taxes would be if your house was worth X amount of dollars and what type of savings that would translate to.  Keep in mind that scenario is not a promise to appraise your house at a predetermined value.

Please understand, while it is important to us that you win your appeal, by PA law we are not your advocate.  We are an advocate for our estimate of market value.  We are not filing your appeal.  You are filing your appeal.  It is important that we do not engage in actions that are outside the scope of our expertise, which is namely, estimating market value.  If we act as an attorney or advocate we will be violating USPAP (laws that bind the appraisal profession).
Browse our website to learn more about our qualifications, expertise, and services offered.  Contact us with any comments, questions, or concerns.

The links below will take you to your county's board of assessment web page.

Bucks County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County, Chester County, Delaware County, Mercer County, Burlington County, Hunterdon County, and Camden County.

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