2023 Agricultural Exemption Appeal Process
The Lee Co Property Appraiser issues 2023 AG denials on or before July 1, 2023. If you receive a denial letter you have just 30 days to petition that denial. Respond immediately if you have not yet done so. An AG classification from the property appraiser means that the property is assessed based on AG use rather than fair market value. The AG Exemption is truly FLORIDA’S BEST PROPERTY TAX SAVINGS TOOL!
Hagen Law Firm provides proven real estate and estate planning / probate strategies and legal services to its Southwest Florida clients since 1985.
Drawing upon Michael Hagen’s 37 years of practice and our dedicated staff’s expertise, the firm employs a team approach to every client’s case.
The Hagen Law Firm has 28 years of agricultural exemption law experience, first as the in-house attorney for the Lee County Property Appraiser and, for the last 19 years, representing AG property owners. See also our “More Ag Exemptions Info” web-page for more details, or call or email us today for assistance. We offer hourly consultations or complete representation on a flat fee basis. Call the Firm today at (239) 275-0808 for a confidential, in-person review of your AG case.
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