Local New England Expertise with a National Footprint
Cities and towns across the Northeast continue to recover from the financial impacts of the pandemic as well as rapid inflation. With economic downturns or market fluctuations, property values may stabilize or decrease, which can impact commercial property tax assessments and increase rates. It’s important for property owners in New England to stay informed about changes in property tax issues/matters to ensure their properties are being accurately assessed and they are only paying their fair share of taxes.
The local experts at Ryan have more combined experience and expertise than any other firm in New England. The credentials and expertise of the consulting team at Ryan are respected by municipal corporations, assessment authorities, appeal tribunals, and related professional associations throughout the region.
New England Property Tax Deadlines
For a comprehensive list of property tax deadlines, please view our U.S. Property Tax Calendar.
New England Property Tax Resources
- Connecticut Revaluation 2023: Prepare for Potential Increases in Assessed Values on Property Taxes
- Maryland’s Recent Rent Control Measures Impact Real Property Tax Assessments
- Commercial Property Owners Should Prepare for the 2023 Massachusetts Appeal Deadline to Reduce Costs
- Property Owners in Connecticut Should Prepare for the 2023 Appeal Deadlines
- Have You Received Your Commercial Property Bill in New Hampshire?
- Massachusetts Appeals Results
- Roadmap to Massachusetts Property Taxes
- Roadmap to Connecticut Property Taxes
- Property Tax Newsletters
- U.S. Property Tax Calendar
- Local Roadmaps and Market Expertise
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Ryan’s New England Property Tax Experts
Ryan’s property tax experts throughout New England are uniquely positioned to help organizations understand the complexities of multiple tax jurisdictions and their different approaches to valuing and assessing all property types.
Bill is a principal in the Boston, Massachusetts office specializing in providing commercial property tax litigation services to clients in a variety of industries. He is a practicing attorney with more than 30 years of experience in commercial real estate, tax, and trial work representing developers, real estate investment trusts (REITs), banks, landlords, and tenants. Bill holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business management from Brown University and a Juris Doctor degree from Boston University School of Law.
Daniel specializes in commercial real estate tax appeals and advisement throughout the Northeast region, representing commercial real estate developers, investors, and users to minimize their tax liability by leveraging his extensive knowledge of complex valuation and relationships with local assessors. He currently represents more than $14 billion in assessment, with experience valuing all types of commercial real estate, including development sites, urban and suburban office, laboratory and research and development (R&D), data centers, market and subsidized apartments, mixed-use complexes, hotels and resorts, big box and retail centers, industrial, independent, and assisted-living facilities. In addition, Daniel advises on tax implications relating to acquisition, disposition, conversion, and development of real estate, as well as advising on compliance requirements of local and state law. Daniel is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Massachusetts Chapter of NAIOP, the Greater Boston Real Estate Finance Association (REFA), and the Greater Boston Building Owners and Managers Association.
Glen has more than 20 years of experience in the property tax industry. He has leveraged his former assessing background into a successful career in property tax consulting and currently oversees several national engagements for commercial property owners. Services include tax bill payment processing, portfolio budget coordination, and appeal management/reporting. In addition, Glen directly represents all types of commercial properties in each of the New England states for appeal purposes. He also advises on property tax due diligence matters throughout New England. Glen is a Massachusetts Accredited Assessor (MAA).
Todd M. Tessier
Todd has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate and property tax industry. Before joining Ryan, Todd owned a regional property tax consulting firm and was the New England market leader for two national commercial real estate consulting firms. He has filed and completed property tax appeals in several east coast states and managed the property tax portfolios of some of New England’s largest property owners. Todd’s experience spans multiple industries, including industrial complex manufacturing, healthcare, multifamily, hospitality, telecommunications, data centers, retail, restaurants, and transportation. His skill set includes multistate property tax appeals and negotiation, property tax audit representation, and property tax return preparation. Todd is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and a New England CCIM board member.
Michael has more than 20 years of experience conducting real and personal property valuation, assessment, and advisement, including appeals of commercial, industrial, possessory interest, hospitality, multifamily, and special-use properties throughout the northeastern U.S. He is a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in several states and serves as a local subject matter expert on real estate valuation in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Michael’s expansive experience as a commercial real estate appraiser and commercial assessor has provided him the tools for success in property tax appeals. Michael is also an MAA.