Category: Insights

David Wolfe, Property Tax Appeal Attorney, Weighs in on New Jersey Real Estate in 2021 Q2

On Wednesday, May 5, 2021, David Wolfe, Esq. joined regional experts for “Informing Investments: A Suburban Migration Cycle” as part of BisNow’s 2021 Digital Summit. Speakers across the investment, development, and supporting real estate industries commented on the challenges and opportunities currently facing New Jersey’s real estate market. The expert panel included Eran Polack, CEO-NY… Read more »

David Wolfe Leads Webinar for AAHOA Hotel Owners Academy

Impact of COVID-19 on property tax assessment appeals and valuations discussed. The Hotel Owners Academy of the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) invited David Wolfe, Skoloff & Wolfe P.C. co-managing partner, to share his insights regarding the impact of the pandemic in depressing hotel valuations, as well as strategies for preparing for property tax… Read more »

The Impact of COVID-19 on 2021 Property Tax Assessments

David Wolfe, Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. co-managing partner, recently was a guest on The Morning Spotlight, a new podcast that tackles hot topics in the NJ real estate industry. The conversation centered on subjects relevant to commercial property owners in the age of COVID-19, such as being prepared with an action plan and experienced legal… Read more »

How Golf Courses Can Ace Their Property Tax Appeals

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By David Wolfe, Co-Managing Partner, and Vincent Ferrer, Associate, at Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. (Livingston, N.J.) For golf courses and country clubs, property taxes can end up being one of their largest annual expenses. Many have begun considering a challenge to their tax assessments, especially now—in the age of COVID—when revenue from events, member fees,… Read more »

In 2021, A Looming Threat for Multifamily Investors

As tumultuous as 2020 has been, 2021 may be even worse for many multifamily real estate owners and investors. “Property owners need to be aware that in addition to taxes going up [in 2021], they can be sued by municipalities,” said David Wolfe, Esq. during CAPRE’s Multifamily Leadership Roundtable on Thursday, October 29, 2020. The… Read more »

David Wolfe, Esq. Moderates National Panel on Multifamily Real Estate Investment at CAPRE’s 2021 Multifamily Leadership Roundtable

Pandemics. Politics. Profits. The year 2020 has seen chaos caused by all three. And on Thursday, October 29, 2020, leaders in the multifamily real estate industry came together to weigh in on just how impactful these will be in 2021. David Wolfe, Esq., served as moderator for the nationally-broadcasted panel “Capital Markets for Multifamily: Debt,… Read more »