Assessment Processing Center (APC) has conducted preliminary property tax evaluation research for many property types in many communities throughout Michigan.   We have found that, in the Michigan market, many properties have been over-assessed and thereby over-taxed. APC may have reason to believe your property may be as well. Because of our discoveries, understanding of how buildings age and become less competitive in the marketplace (manufacturing facilities, restaurants, office buildings, retail & medical space), we would like to make available our property tax assessment review services to your business as well. We specialize in property tax reduction by investigating and uncovering every aspect of valuation that may reduce your property taxes. Property values have been stabilizing, however, some communities, market values are still falling.   “Big Box” stores introduced into the marketplace, and new prototype fast-food franchises are being introduced or being modernized in nearly every major business corridor, making those other buildings less desirable and competitive in the marketplace.   And, we believe that your property may be affected by market conditions as well as by other equalization areas we can research.


Other than a one-time nominal charge, our fees are based on a percentage of the tax savings we achieve for you. Our primary goal is to save you money by appealing your property taxes if you are over assessed.


We would like to lower your assessments. Give us a call and let us know how we can help you. We can be reached at telephone number (855) NO BIG TX or (855) 662-4489 or you can leave a message and we will get back to you.


If you have received a “Notice of Assessment, Taxable Valuation, and Property Classification” from your local City, Township, or Municipality and you want to have it reviewed, please call us. No time to call? No problem, you can fax us a copy for review. And yes, this is a FREE, complementary analysis and consultation. Our fax number is: (866) 856-5079. Note: For timely filing with the City or Township, please call or fax your Notice no later than February 15th so as to not to miss the deadline and forfeit your chance to appeal. We look forward to hearing from you and assisting you in the management of your property tax matters.