Attorneys Reducing Property Taxes Since 1932

Peter Brandt founded the law firm of Brandt, Steinberg, Lewis & Blond LLP in 1932. In the 90 years since, we have represented many thousands of properties of every size and description throughout New York City and nearly every municipality in the state.

A Practice Focused On Real Estate Tax Appeals, Exemptions, Abatements And Condemnations

At the New York City law firm of Brandt, Steinberg, Lewis & Blond LLP, our client base includes land developers, entrepreneurs, property owners and net tenants who are interested in assistance with real estate tax appeals and related legal issues. Our attorneys have more than 180 combined years of experience in this field. We endeavor to solve client problems in a timely manner that reduces costs and meets the needs of our clients.

Serving New York Real Estate Professionals, Entrepreneurs And Net Tenants Since 1932

Real Estate Tax Appeals
Co-op And Condo
Commercial Real Estate
Exemptions And Abatements For New Construction
Exemptions As Of Right
RPIE Filing Disputes

Experienced Real Estate Tax Attorneys

We do the majority of our work in real estate tax appeals, where we often work with appraisers and financial experts to conduct detailed valuations and assist clients in minimizing the taxes that they owe. This includes tax appeals for owners of commercial real estate, co-ops, condos and other residential real estate properties.
Additionally, our firm handles:

  • Exemptions and abatements for new construction
  • Exemptions as of right (religious, charitable, educational, etc.)
  • Eminent domain/condemnation
  • Preparation of opinion letters
  • Reclassification of real property

Our firm invests heavily in state-of-the-art technology to help us maintain physical and economic profiles of nearly every property throughout New York City, Long Island and the greater New York area. Our technology helps us maximize cost-effectiveness and the efficiency with which we combat overassessments and resolve related client issues.

Efficient And Effective Resolutions Of Real Estate Tax Appeals