Minnesota Property Tax Attorney
Law Offices of Nicholas A. Furia, PLLC

National Property Tax Group’s sole Minnesota representative.

Minnesota Property Tax Attorney Law Offices of Nicholas A Furia PLLC

Law Offices of Nicholas A. Furia, PLLC
120 S. 6th St.
Suite 1720
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Nick Furia
Phone: 952-960-2820
Mobile: 612-850-6526
nick@nfurialaw.com

The Law Offices of Nicholas A. Furia, PLLC serves commercial real estate property owners, tenants, property managers, brokers, leasing agents, and other law firms throughout the United States seeking to lower Minnesota commercial property tax assessments. We have settled thousands of appeals over the years involving the following property types:

Retail
Super-Regional, Regional, Community, & Neighborhood Shopping Centers, Anchor Department Stores, Freestanding Big Box Stores, Restaurants

Office
Class A, B, and C, Corporate Campuses

Apartments

Hotels

Medical Office Buildings

Industrial
Office/Warehouse, Distribution Centers, Office/Showroom, Bulk Warehouse, Manufacturing Facilities

Additional Property Types
Sports Facilities, Auto Dealerships, Oil and Gas Property, Self-Storage Facilities, Railroad Property, Vacant Land

We file appeals challenging Minnesota commercial property tax assessments. We do not take on any other types of cases.

Our clients are commercial property owners and tenants of all sizes, from Fortune 100 companies to local investors. We typically file appeals for properties assessed between $1,000,000 and $200,000,000. Our clients include REITs, national and international retailers, financial institutions, airlines, railroads, petroleum companies, manufacturing companies, local and regional developers, and family-owned commercial real estate entities.

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Important Dates

REAL ESTATE  
DateEventsNotes
Jan 01 Assessment Date
Mar – Apr Appeal Deadline City Boards of Equalization
Apr 30 Appeal Deadline In the year following the assessment date: MN Tax Court
May 15 Tax Bills Due 1st half installment, based on prior-year EMV
May – Jun Appeal Deadline County Boards of Equalization
Oct 15 Tax Bills Due 2nd half installment, based on prior-year EMV