Referral Programs

We have set up Partnership Programs with Brokers and Property Management Firms.  To learn more, please visit

Real Estate Broker Partnership

or

Property Manager Partnership!


CAPTA at ICSC RECon 2011

Posted by on May 17, 2011 in Broker Referral Program, County, Follow Our Work, Los Angeles County Property Taxes, Orange County Property Taxes, Property Management Referral Program, Referral Programs, Retail, Riverside County Property Taxes, Sacramento County Property Taxes, San Bernardino County Property Taxes, San Diego County Property Taxes, Shopping Center, Ventura County Property Taxes | Comments Off

The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) will be holding their annual Real Estate Convention in Las Vegas from May 22nd to 25th and CAPTA is pleased to announce we are an exhibitor in this convention. If you are attending the Convention, we would love for you to stop by and see us at Booth #S385 on S Street in the Upper South Hall.
CAPTA is also hosting a networking event during the show at the Aria Resort & Casino in the all new City Center. This will be a great opportunity to meet other real estate professionals, learn more about CAPTA and our preferred Commercial Loan Workout Providers at Strategic Asset Solutions/Peak Asset Solutions while taking in the best Las Vegas has to offer at City Center! If you’re attending the convention or just going to be in the area on Monday and Tuesday nights (May 23rd and 24th), then please stop by! You can RSVP for this event at www.capta1.com/VegasRSVP.
We look forward to seeing you there!


Over $4,000 in Referral Payments Today!

Posted by on Apr 4, 2011 in Broker Referral Program, Follow Our Work, Property Management Referral Program, Referral Programs | Comments Off

We’ve had many people inquiring lately about our referral programs. If you’re not aware, we offer referral programs to Real Estate Brokers & Property Managers, as well as other real estate professionals who bring CAPTA new clients for our property tax reduction services. While this program is relatively new to CAPTA, we have been making some payments lately to our referring partners and today we are issuing checks totaling more than $4,000. One of our partners is receiving a check for more than $2,100, and this based on a reduction we achieved on just one property! This client has since added at least five more properties to their agreement with CAPTA since the reduction – proof that CAPTA does what we say we do.
What CAPTA offers your clients is a great service, especially in this economy – making sure they don’t overpay their property taxes. We do it on a contingency basis so there is nothing owed to CAPTA upfront and if your client doesn’t save anything, then your client doesn’t pay anything! Its a way to provide more value-added services to your portfolio both to enhance your offerings to your current clients as well as provide you a reason to talk to some of your past or prospective clients. And best for you, once your client pays CAPTA, CAPTA pays you.
For more information on this, please call Jim Guffey, III at our Murrieta office at 951.894.1040.


New Property Management Partner

Posted by on Feb 14, 2011 in Property Management Referral Program, Referral Programs | Comments Off

Due to our reputation with a current property manager partner, our Director of Marketing met with a National Real Estate Services and Finance organization Friday. They have determined that their clients are severely over paying their property taxes and they have asked us to become their property tax solution for their clients. Because they understand that California Property Taxes are one of the largest expenses facing property owners, they also understand the importance of having the Property Tax Reduction Experts representing their clients.    As we position ourselves to provide this capability, we are excited to have the chance to help so many property owners.


Real Estate Broker Partner Program

Posted by on Feb 10, 2011 in Broker Referral Program | Comments Off

Value Added Services
If you’re reading this, it’s likely because you realize the more value you can add to your services, the more you will be appreciated and retained by your client.  Times are tough, and Real Estate Professionals have felt it more than most.  Today, its not enough to market vacant properties or list properties for sale – you have to find the value added services that help your client while those vacancies are not being filled.  That’s where CAPTA steps in, utilizing the power of Proposition 13 and Proposition 8.

The Property Tax Appeal Process
Simply stated, Proposition 13 provides that when a property owner purchases his or her property under normal conditions, it is presumed that the purchase price shall be the fair market value or the assessed value for property tax purposes. This beginning value is called the “base year value.” Prop 13 goes on to say that each year the Assessor can raise that base year value by no more than 2% to account for inflation. That’s great news for markets like we had in 2004 and 2005 as your property values were limited to 2% increases even if you had a 10% increase in value. So far so good.

But then the real estate market went backwards and real estate prices fell. For the first time people were stuck with assessed values higher than their property was actually worth. To remedy this problem Proposition 8 was passed which, simply stated, allowed the Assessor to reduce the value in any year that the fair market value of the property fell below the value on the assessment roll. This was intended to provide temporary relief for the property owner as the Assessor retained the right to raise the value in any year that the fair market value exceeded the value on the roll up to it’s factored base year value (the value that would have been on the roll had no reduction been given).

Why Would Your Client Choose CAPTA?
In our years of experience we have seen other companies come and go. Some decide property tax appeals would be a good way to scam you out of your hard earned money; others have “real jobs” but attempt to pursue property tax appeals as a side job. Through it all one thing is certain - CAPTA isn’t going anywhere. And being contingency based, CAPTA won’t stop until we appeal your property’s value to the lowest possible. Time and time again we see other companies take what is “given” them by the County Assessors. At CAPTA, that simply isn’t good enough. We couldn’t have become as successful as we are by being satisfied with the Assessor’s opinions. That is after all why we exist: to insure your property is assessed at FAIR market value, not the Assessor’s opinion.

CAPTA is completely contingency based. We will represent you to reduce your property tax liability by using our experience and knowledge of the Property Tax Assessment Appeals system in California. And the best part to you? If you do not receive a property tax savings, credit or refund, you owe us nothing. No Savings, No Fee!

Our Fee
At CAPTA we understand that every dollar matters and that’s why we won’t simply take what is offered to us by the Assessor’s office, but will fight for the lowest possible value making sure your clients save the most possible. We also understand they have choices in this industry, some of which advertise lower rates than CAPTA. Being a property owner, they know that you get what you pay for. Our position - We think outside the box.

Too often in this industry we see other firms take the bone thrown to them by the Assessor’s office. At CAPTA, we aren’t satisfied until we get what we prove. If that means we spend more time and money on your client’s case, that’s exactly what we’ll do. If that means we make multiple trips to the Assessor’s office for hearings, that’s exactly what we’ll do. We think of it as cleaning all the meat from the bone. What does that mean for your client? The biggest refunds, the biggest savings and the lowest tax liability. You’ve seen scrolling across the bottom of the screen some of our recent results – take some time to view more examples of what we’ve done and can do for your client. Then, you can read through some example cases we’ve prepared to see to what extent we will go to lower your clients’ property’s assessed value.

What’s In It For You?
The need to enhance and grow your client relationships includes the opportunity to help them reduce their costs.  Few property owners realize that property taxes are one of, if not the biggest expense affecting their bottom line.  Even fewer realize that doesn’t have to be the case.  If their property’s current fair market value is lower than their assessed value, they could easily be paying too much to the County each year.  Here is how we can help you help them.

Our Broker Referral Program plan is a WIN – WIN – WIN opportunity for you to put in place for your clients’ benefit.  By referring your clients to us, we will work very hard to reduce their property taxes, and pay your firm a percentage of our fee.  The end result is:

  • Your Client pays less property tax – costs are reduced
  • Your firm has added value to your relationship AND made a referral fee
  • Our Firm has a new happy client.
  • WIN – WIN – WIN!

Time is critical for your clients; the opportunity to file for the 2011 tax year is NOW in most counties! Call Us Today at (888) 678-9828 and ask for Gary Hill.


Property Management Partnership Program

Posted by on Feb 10, 2011 in Property Management Referral Program | Comments Off

Value Added Services
If you’re reading this, it’s likely because you realize the more value you can add to your services, the more you will be appreciated andretained by your client.  Times are tough, and Real Estate Professionals have felt it more than most.  Today, its not enough to market vacant properties or list properties for sale – you have to find the value added services that help your client while those vacancies are not being filled.  That’s where CAPTA steps in, utilizing the power of Proposition 13 and Proposition 8.

The Property Tax Appeal Process
Simply stated, Proposition 13 provides that when a property owner purchases his or her property under normal conditions, it is presumed that the purchase price shall be the fair market value or the assessed value for property tax purposes. This beginning value is called the “base year value.” Prop 13 goes on to say that each year the Assessor can raise that base year value by no more than 2% to account for inflation. That’s great news for markets like we had in 2004 and 2005 as your property values were limited to 2% increases even if you had a 10% increase in value. So far so good.

But then the real estate market went backwards and real estate prices fell. For the first time people were stuck with assessed values higher than their property was actually worth. To remedy this problem Proposition 8 was passed which, simply stated, allowed the Assessor to reduce the value in any year that the fair market value of the property fell below the value on the assessment roll. This was intended to provide temporary relief for the property owner as the Assessor retained the right to raise the value in any year that the fair market value exceeded the value on the roll up to it’s factored base year value (the value that would have been on the roll had no reduction been given).

Why Would Your Client Choose CAPTA?
In our years of experience we have seen other companies come and go. Some decide property tax appeals would be a good way to scam you out of your hard earned money; others have “real jobs” but attempt to pursue property tax appeals as a side job. Through it all one thing is certain - CAPTA isn’t going anywhere. And being contingency based, CAPTA won’t stop until we appeal your property’s value to the lowest possible. Time and time again we see other companies take what is “given” them by the County Assessors. At CAPTA, that simply isn’t good enough. We couldn’t have become as successful as we are by being satisfied with the Assessor’s opinions. That is after all why we exist: to insure your property is assessed at FAIR market value, not the Assessor’s opinion.

CAPTA is completely contingency based. We will represent you to reduce your property tax liability by using our experience and knowledge of the Property Tax Assessment Appeals system in California. And the best part to you? If you do not receive a property tax savings, credit or refund, you owe us nothing. No Savings, No Fee!

Our Fee
At CAPTA we understand that every dollar matters and that’s why we won’t simply take what is offered to us by the Assessor’s office, but will fight for the lowest possible value making sure your clients save the most possible. We also understand they have choices in this industry, some of which advertise lower rates than CAPTA. Being a property owner, they know that you get what you pay for. Our position - We think outside the box.

Too often in this industry we see other firms take the bone thrown to them by the Assessor’s office. At CAPTA, we aren’t satisfied until we get what we prove. If that means we spend more time and money on your client’s case, that’s exactly what we’ll do. If that means we make multiple trips to the Assessor’s office for hearings, that’s exactly what we’ll do. We think of it as cleaning all the meat from the bone. What does that mean for your client? The biggest refunds, the biggest savings and the lowest tax liability. You’ve seen scrolling across the bottom of the screen some of our recent results – take some time to view more examples of what we’ve done and can do for your client. Then, you can read through some example cases we’ve prepared to see to what extent we will go to lower your clients’ property’s assessed value.

What’s In It For You?
The need to enhance and grow your client relationships includes the opportunity to help them reduce their costs.  Few property owners realize that property taxes are one of, if not the biggest expense affecting their bottom line.  Even fewer realize that doesn’t have to be the case.  If their property’s current fair market value is lower than their assessed value, they could easily be paying too much to the County each year.  Here is how we can help you help them.

Our Property Management Referral Program plan is a WIN – WIN – WIN opportunity for you to put in place for your clients’ benefit.  By referring your clients to us, we will work very hard to reduce their property taxes, and pay your firm a percentage of our fee.  The end result is:

  • Your Client pays less property tax – costs are reduced
  • Your firm has added value to your relationship AND made a referral fee
  • Our Firm has a new happy client.
  • WIN – WIN – WIN!

Time is critical for your clients; the opportunity to file for the 2011 tax year is NOW in most counties! Call Us Today at (888) 678-9828 and ask for Gary Hill.