STEB Confirms Lower CLR

On May 17, 2023, the State Tax Equalization Board (STEB) affirmed a Common Level Ratio (CLR) for 2022 at 63.5% in Allegheny County. This lower percentage will benefit all real estate buyers that had been subjected to a municipal or ...
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Tax Appeal Workshop Recap

RAMP held a Allegheny County Property Tax Appeal Workshop on Sunday, March 12th at the Rivers Casino. The workshop was open to REALTORS®, as well as, the public. Our featured speakers, Barbara Stern, Attorney John Silvestri and appraiser Alison Smeltzer, ...
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Tax Appeal Workshop

Recent homebuyers in Allegheny County are being over-assessed for their property taxes. There is a special period for homeowners to apply for an opportunity to appeal their property tax assessment for 2022. You must apply for the appeal by March ...
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Allegheny County Assessment Appeals for 2022 Tax Year

Real Estate consumers in Allegheny County have a new opportunity to potentially lower their property tax bill. Favorable legal action has adjusted the Common Level Ratio, that determines assessed taxable property values, from 81.1% to 63.53%. In response, Allegheny County ...
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R-PAC Fundraiser: Drag Queen Bingo

It's Back! After a pandemic-forced absence, we are bringing back a popular fundraiser for R-PAC, Drag Queen Bingo. Enjoy the fun of bingo with the excitement of drag queens dancing to popular songs between games. When we hosted this event ...
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Community Meetings on Property Assessments and Owners’ Rights

Allegheny County Controller Corey O’Connor announced dates and locations for a series of information sessions on property owners’ rights in the County’s property assessment and appeals process. O’Connor is partnering with Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG), a coalition of local ...
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