Whether your deals are in the pre-acquisition, holding, or disposition phase, RETC has the proven ability to create value for our clients by materially impacting deal and fund level returns on a consistent basis. See case studies below to learn more about how RETC drives deal success for our clients.

  • The client in this case study is a private firm that develops, owns and operates mid to high-rise multifamily properties spanning over 45 markets in North America and Europe. Collectively, they have and interest in over 200 assets with an estimated portfolio value of $10 billion.

  • The client had recently developed a senior living property. The costs the client incurred while developing this property were well above $20 million and the county appraisal district assessed the value at $29,199,960.

  • The county appraisal district decided to increase the appraised value of the client’s shopping center from $14,918,239 to $20,602,722. The appraisal district used recent transactions and rents from what they deemed comparable properties to justify the increase.

  • The client had seen very little increase in assessed value on this property for some time. However, this year the county appraisal district increased the value from $11,863,680 to $13,625,290.


  • CRE Outlook Coming Out of the Pandemic
    May 17, 2021

    In this podcast, Amish Gupta and Tim Feagans discuss how and why the outlook for CRE is surprisingly much brighter than what was expected just a year ago as the pandemic was coming to life and wreaking uncertainty.

  • Property Taxes: The Good & The Bad
    May 9, 2021

    In this podcast, Amish Gupta and Tim Feagans discuss why property taxes are necessary and beneficial for the general population, but also how portions of tax budgets are often misallocated and leads to the disgruntling of many residents.

  • Yields – Where to Buy and Where to Build
    April 30, 2021

    In this podcast, Tim Feagans and Amish Gupta compare and contrast the current economic and legistlative environments in both Texas and California and how these differences can have an affect on a real estate investor’s strategy in terms of buying or building in those states.

  • The Great Recession vs. COVID-19 Affect on Property Taxes
    April 12, 2021

    In this podcast, Amish Gupta and Tim Feagans compare the how property taxes were affected during The Great Recession in comparison to the COVID-19 Pandemic. What was similar, what is different, and what insights can we take away from both crisis?

  • Pandemic – A Year Later: Property Tax Winners and Losers
    April 1, 2021

    COVID-19 caused an immense economic decline in many sectors of the real estate industry over the past year. Which asset classes were negatively affected the most by the pandemic and which asset classes are poised to benefit the most from a reduction in property taxes during the upcoming tax protest season?

  • Biden Administration’s Impact on Property Taxes
    March 17, 2021

    Amish Gupta and Tim Feagans discuss the impact that the new Biden Administration policies will have on property taxes.  It is an informative opinion on what investors can potentially expect as they formulate their strategies to mitigate any potential cashflow decline due to property taxes.



It is important to know your assessment notice date as well as appeal deadlines. Missed deadlines can lead to lead to over assessment and increased taxation for your property. As guide, please use our calendar in the link below.