Vacant Residential Land

Why Choose CAPTA?

Why Choose CAPTA?

This letter comes from an existing client of ours. He had retained our services on a couple parcels, in Orange and Los Angeles Counties. In the 2009 tax year, our client decided to use a different company that states a lower fee. Understandable that he is looking to save money - after all that is what we try to do for all our clients. In that 2009 year, the other company failed to achieve a reduction for our client. Meanwhile...

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Vacant Residential Land – San Bernardino

Vacant Residential Land – San Bernardino

On Monday we had 3 separate cases of vacant residential development land in San Bernardino County, high desert area. We were successful in each one of the appeals saving our client over $14,000 for the 2009 tax year. This of course after the County denying any reduction was warranted! Project 1 was reduced from $925,000 to $715,000 Project 2 was reduced from $1,575,000 to $1,050,000 Project 3 was...

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Riverside County Vacant Land

Riverside County Vacant Land

The subject property is 80 acres of raw land zoned for residential and light industrial. This land has drainage issues and a large wash on one end of the property, so a good portion of it is not usable, and there would be extra...

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Riverside County Vacant Residential

Riverside County Vacant Residential

Today we were able to secure a further property tax reduction for a client with a Vacant Residential View Lot in the Murrieta are of Riverside County. The property was initially assessed at $500,000 for 2009 and we had it dropped to $400,000 from...

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San Luis Obispo Vacant Residential

San Luis Obispo Vacant Residential

This vacant residential lot is not developable currently, due to a sewer moratorium that has been in place since the 1980s. Existing homes in this area are all on septic, and the city won’t allow any new homes to be built until a sewer system is built. But many residents don’t want it, there are lawsuits...

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