Lee County Evaluating Properties for Hurricane Damage

Property damaged during Hurricane Ian will be evaluated by the Lee County Property Appraiser’s office. The office is currently closed but is expecting to review all properties in the county to redetermine property values. This review will likely take months for Lee County to complete. The Appraiser’s office website has links available for residents to report property damage and submit documents and photographs.

For more property tax information or to submit hurricane damage documentation to the Appraiser’s office, visit https://www.leepa.org/.

If you have questions on SALT matters, please contact the HBK SALT Advisory Group at hbksalt@hbkcpa.com.

About the Author(s)
Matt Dodge is a Senior Manager, State and Local Tax, HBK CPAs & Consultants. He has more than 20 years of experience in state and local tax (SALT) with a focus on sales and use tax. He has served clients in various industries, including construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, retail, service providers, and transportation. He can be reached by email at mdodge@hbkcpa.com.
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