Why pay higher property taxes when you can lower them?

At Fair Assessments, LLC, we are specialists in the appeals process and successfully reducing local property assessments to lower your tax burden.

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  • We work with dozens of Georgia county assessment departments
  • Fair Assessments, LLC is a Georgia Licensed Appraiser
  • 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

 CLIENT Case Studies

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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%