Schroder & Strom, LLP | Real Estate Tax Counsel

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We have a 96% success rate in lowering
Nassau County residential property taxes.

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Nassau County Commercial Property Owners
Must Submit ASIE-2016 by June 5, 2017

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Schroder & Strom. A leading real estate tax
appeals and litigation firm on Long Island.

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The law firm of Schroder & Strom. Long Island experts in lowering residential and commercial property taxes and more.

Since 2000, the tax certiorari law firm of Schroder & Strom has focused on real estate litigation, successfully reducing taxes for commercial and residential clients in Nassau County and Suffolk County, throughout New York state in over 1000 counties, and in New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida. Work with us and you can count on the highest level of professionalism, personalized service and a proven record of success. With a team of attorneys and paralegals that is unmatched in its dedication to favorable outcomes, the firm also provides property tax advice, assessment review, and litigation strategy to owners and developers of residential and commercial property, owners of single family homes, condominiums, coops and homeowners associations.

 

Important Tax Grievance Deadlines

Suffolk County Residential: May 16, 2017
Suffolk County Commercial: May 16, 2017

Nassau County Commercial Property Owners Must Submit an ASIE-2016 by June 5, 2017

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The Law Firm That Gets Results

At Schroder & Strom, whether you want to grieve residential or commercial property taxes, argue condemnation or eminent domain disputes with government agencies, or uncover eligibility for compensation and property tax deferrals, our firm is 100% committed to getting you results.

Lowering Taxes, Year After Year

"Over the past ten years Schroder & Strom has helped me save over $14,000 on my taxes. That really adds up. I didn't have to do a thing, the process was smooth and simple."
– Scott P., Muttontown, N.Y
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