Tax Appeal Succesful in Setting Aside Missouri Real Estate Assessment

On April 21, 2011, the Missouri State Tax Commission set aside the St. Louis County Board of Equalization’s decision to affirm the true value set by St. Louis County Assessor on 39 Glen Eagles Drive, residential real estate located in Ladue, Missouri.  The Assessor appraised the property at $2,096, 400 (which equates to an assessed value of $398,320).  The St. Louis County Board of Equalization sustained that assessment.  Following Complainant’s successful appeal to the State Tax Commission, the hearing officer set aside the Board’s decision and set the true value of the property at $1,903,140 (which equates to an assessed value of $361,600 for tax assessment purposes).

Case Reference:  Dierberg v. Zimmerman, Tax Appeal 09-14593

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