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Skoloff & Wolfe — Real Estate NJ Spotlight Best property tax appeal law firms
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Real Estate NJ, the commercial real estate voice of New Jersey, recently featured Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. (S&W) as among the state’s leading property tax appeal law firms.

One of only five firms included in the publication’s Professional Spotlight 2020, S&W represents commercial, multifamily, industrial, hotel and hospitality taxpayers in property tax related matters. Its clients include virtually all categories of property owners, including developers, management companies, financial institutions, REITs, retail companies, hospitals, universities, religious institutions, and private equity firms. Continue reading ›

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 representation to defend against coming 2021 assessments. Continue reading ›

ROI-NJ, a media company that informs and connects businesses in New Jersey, announced that David B. Wolfe, co-managing partner of Skoloff & Wolfe, P.C. (“S&W”), was selected to its list of 2020 influencers.

Mr. WolfeDavid Wolfe Property Tax Appeal Attorney is only one of two real estate property tax attorneys among those recognized across all real estate categories such as service providers, developers, construction, banking and finance, public officials, and brokers. He is cited by the publication as being “one of the leading and most highly visible tax appeal lawyers in the state — a specialty that figures to be extraordinarily busy once the pandemic’s impact on commercial real estate is truly understood.”

In a published list that featured Advance Realty, AvalonBay, JMF Properties, KRE, L+M Development Partners, Mack-Cali Realty Corp., Onyx Equities, and Somerset Development, and included CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, and Newmark, Mr. Wolfe expressed heartfelt congratulations to all S&W clients and colleagues highlighted on the 2020 influencers list. S&W is honored to be named among the best and brightest of New Jersey real estate.

Golf course property tax appeal
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, and other sources may have been impacted.

However, just as in golf, there are multitude ways things can go wrong. Here’s what every golf course owner and their membership need to examine before taking a swing at their property tax appeal.

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 virtual event featured speakers from across the country and every facet of the commercial real estate industry. Wolfe served as both moderator and panelist.

“Globally, property taxes are now at the C-suite level of concern,” he explained. As a co-managing partner for one of the nation’s leading property tax appeal practices, Wolfe has secured billions in assessment reductions for his clients. He provided investors with some key insights into the legal world of property tax appeals as part of the discussion.

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