Mallory Property Tax Advisors - Tennessee-licensed Property Tax Agent

About Us

     Brian Mallory has been a Tennessee-licensed certified residential appraiser for almost 17 years, and a principal broker for almost 18 years. He owns and operates Mallory Property Tax Advisors, The Mallory Firm, Inc., REALTORS®, and Mallory Appraisals.
     He was appointed by the Mayor and Memphis City Council to serve as a board member on the Shelby County Board of Equalization from 2009-2011.  This board serves to examine, compare and equalize the county property assessments by the Shelby County Assessor and to provide citizens the opportunity to appeal and have a hearing regarding the assessed value of their property. 

     While serving on the Board of Equalization, listening to thousands of hearings of taxpayers, he noted the lack of professional representation for the residential taxpayer.  Most homeowners representing themselves were not prepared to adequately present a case or answer questions from the Board or Assessor's appraiser.  And, the small number of licensed tax agents, and attorneys, were focused on commercial parcel representation.

     A couple of years after dropping off the Board of Equalization, he obtained the property tax agent license from the State of Tennessee.  Mallory Property Tax Advisors was formed to provide professional property tax appeal representation for residential homeowners in Shelby County.  As one of only 9 licensed property tax agents in Shelby County, our company is the only one dedicated specifically to residential property tax appeals.
Contact us at 901-870-4663 or
Mallory Property Tax Advisors
TN-Licensed Property Tax Appeal Agent #326
4962 William Arnold Road, Suite 105
Memphis, TN 38117
*By appointment only.*

Disclaimer:  Mallory Property Tax Advisors is a valuation service firm specializing in assessment appeals advocacy consulting.  We are acting as tax agents, not appraisers, in this service.  In contrast, an appraisal is an unbiased opinion of value for which contingent fees are prohibited.