Real Estate Law in Suffolk County
Experienced property valuation attorney helping you succeed
Scott DeSimone P.C. will successfully guide you through every step of your real estate matter. We will strive to obtain in a timely fashion a fair property tax assessment reduction and fair compensation after a property taking in condemnation, soundly complete your residential real estate transaction or assist you in achieving your land use and zoning goals and objectives.
Property tax grievances
To successfully grieve your commercial or residential property tax assessment, you need an attorney with extensive real property valuation skills and experience in connection with real estate tax certiorari proceedings. You or your business should not have to continue to pay a disproportionate amount of the tax burden due to excessive assessments and overvaluation of your property. Get help from an attorney with a thorough understanding of the New York State Real Property Tax Law (RPTL) as well as relevant local laws contained with the Nassau and Suffolk County Administrative Codes including the Suffolk County Tax Act. Scott DeSimone has nearly 20 years of experience handling commercial and residential property tax grievances in New York.
A lawyer familiar with the eminent domain procedures in New York State can help ensure that you receive proper compensation when your property is taken through condemnation. The process usually cannot be stopped, but you are entitled to fair compensation and in some cases can receive a settlement that greatly exceeds the government’s initial offer. Our law firm can help individuals and businesses seek and obtain fair compensation resulting from condemnation.
Real estate transactions
The firm has successfully closed numerous residential real estate transactions. Let our firm guide you through your real estate transaction.
Land use and zoning
Whether you need to obtain variance relief or some other relief from a local zoning board of appeals or planning board, or you are an adjoining property owner seeking to oppose an application brought by another, let our firm assist you in achieving your land use goals and objectives.
Turn to our Suffolk County law firm with your most pressing real property tax or condemnation concerns
When we help you by filing a grievance of your property tax assessment or seek fair compensation after condemnation, you do not pay a legal fee until you receive a reduction or award by settlement or after trial, and you generally do not pay court costs until your case is complete.
For a free consultation, contact Scott DeSimone P.C. online or call us at 631.765.3535.