Why pay higher property taxes when you can lower them?

19 years of property tax reduction experience. 8 years of tax assessment                          experience. 33 years of real estate valuation services.

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  • We work with dozens of Georgia county assessment departments
  • Fair Assessments, LLC owned by a Georgia Appraiser IV
  • Three decades of property valuation, assessment and appeals experience

Fair Assessments, LLC lowers property tax bills by reducing and capping questionable commercial and residential valuations.

Our business is built on a solid reputation and positive referrals:

  • Hear what our satisfied clients in Atlanta and surrounding counties have to say about us
  • Hard work and careful preparation has built a good working relationship with the assessors in the county where you own property
  • We won't accept work unless we believe we can deliver results

You will find us to be honest, insightful and straightforward:

  • We provide you with a no-obligation, free consultation
  • Make an informed decision before contesting your pending tax increase
  • If you choose to go forward, we will do all the work – while you can relax

We sincerely enjoy our work and supporting our community:

  • We work hard to stay up-to-date on state and local property tax news and events
  • Giving back gives meaning to us all, so we donate a percentage of every fee to support Habitat for Humanity
  • We welcome the opportunity to represent you and your neighbors


View All Case Studies


3867 Holcomb Bridge Road View Map

Gwinnett County Tax Assessor: $1,328,400

Our appeal resulted in a reduction to $746,000, a tax savings of 44%


1722 Kanawha Trail View Map

DeKalb County Tax Assessor: $473,300

Our appeal resulted in a reduction to $300,000, a tax savings of 37%


3894 Due West Road View Map

Cobb County Tax Assessor: $6,959,200

Our appeal resulted in a reduction to $3,240,000, a tax savings of 53%


2455 Old Milton Parkway View Map

Fulton County Tax Assessors: $978,400

Our appeal resulted in a reduction to $650,000, a tax savings of 34%