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Amish Gupta

Amish Gupta

Real Estate Tax Consultants Group

As the chief operating officer of Real Estate Tax Consultants Group (RETC), Amish Gupta is responsible for the organization’s strategic direction and overseeing day-to-day operations. Under his guidance, the firm achieved $400 million in value reductions in 2013 for clients representing $6 billion in asset value. Gupta previously was an executive with The Carlyle Group, where he oversaw the acquisition and management of $500 million in real estate assets. Prior to that, he worked for Procter & Gamble.

Stories by Amish Gupta

Business

Amish Gupta: The Property Tax Impact of Falling Gas Prices

While energy companies are dealing with the direct effects from low oil and gas prices, they may not realize that other aspects of their businesses are being affected as well—such as that of property taxes.
Commercial Real Estate

Amish Gupta: Property Tax Valuation for Oil and Gas Mineral Rights

The valuation of mineral rights is similar in nature with other commercial real estate classes. As such, mineral right accounts face many of the same challenges, with respect to property tax, as any other income-producing property—including the potential for double assessment.
Business

Amish Gupta: Dallas Lags in Commercial Property Tax Increases

With Austin and Houston having been quite aggressive over the last couple of years, averaging double-digit growth on commercial properties, the big question is, are they setting the new norm? Should Dallas expect values to increase similarly over the next three-to-four years, or should we expect a return to average value growth?
Business

Amish Gupta: Appealing Business Personal Property Taxes

Property owners are aware of the appeal process for taxes on their real estate, but many do not realize the appeal process for business personal property. Here are some things you need to know for BPP in Texas.
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Amish Gupta: Dallas County Property Taxes—A 2012 Recap and 2013 Expectations

Assessed values for a large percentage of assets have remained constant for two-to-three years. It is possible that those properties could see large increases in 2013 to “make up” for the lack of growth in the prior years.
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Stories by Amish Gupta

Retail

Amish Gupta: Leveraging the Location of your Retail Assets

Over the past five years, the retail market has divided itself into the “haves and the have-nots.” Although almost everyone suffered through the economic downturn, a few properties have recovered faster than others. The common theme amongst them: a good location.
Commercial Real Estate

Amish Gupta: Fracking and Hotel Values, Property Taxes

In certain pockets of Texas, some local economies have the good fortune of being part of the ever-increasing in popularity practice of franking, a new method of extracting natural gas. Almost overnight, sleepy burgs are turning into mini-boomtowns. And as a result, local hotels are reaping the rewards.
Commercial Real Estate

Amish Gupta: Appealing Commercial Property Taxes During a Transaction

There is a special provision in the tax code that allows owners to file a protest beyond the annual May 31 deadline. As one might suspect, there are some restrictions to qualify. First, there cannot have been an appeal filed and completed during the regular protest period. Second, the value must be over-assessed by at least one-third.
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Amish Gupta: Property Taxes—To Protest or Not?

As most property owners in Texas are well aware, property taxes are typically the largest line item expense, which can have a major impact on the both the cash flow and sale price of a building,. In fact, property taxes should be top of mind for owners right now as appraised values begin to be released.
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