United Way of Chester County will Hold Outdoor Outreach Events for its Mobile Home Tax Reassessment Program

July 7, 2021
Written by: ercc-marketing

Contact: Christopher Saello, President & CEO
United Way of Chester County
610-429-9400


Deadline to apply for the program is July 20, 2021.

7/6/21 – Exton, PA – United Way of Chester County, along with its partners, will be holding 8 outdoor events throughout the month of July to promote its Mobile Home Tax Reassessment Program:


July 7
4pm-7pm
Avon Grove Library
117 Rosehill Ave,
West Grove, PA 19390

July 8
2pm-6pm
Avon Grove Library
117 Rosehill Ave,
West Grove, PA 19390


July 13
3pm-6pm
Oxford Library
48 S 2nd St,
Oxford, PA 19363


July 15
3pm-6pm
Oxford Library
48 S 2nd St,
Oxford, PA 19363


July 16
12pm-6pm
Honey Brook Food Pantry
5064 Horseshoe Pike,
Honey Brook, PA 19344


July 17

10am-1pm
Appleville Mobile
Home Park
1514 Rome Rd,
West Chester, PA 19380


July 19
10am-1pm
Appleville Mobile
Home Park
1514 Rome Rd,
West Chester, PA 19380


July 20
2pm-6pm
Mockingbird Mobile
Home Park
1278 Township Line Road,
Phoenixville, PA 19460

“Our goal of completing 500 successful appeals this year is ambitious, but we are determined to help as many of those in need as we can,” said Christopher Saello, President and CEO of United Way of Chester County. “We are hoping that through these events we can not only meet our goal, but possibly exceed it.”


Partnering with Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania, LCH Health and Community Services (previously known as La Comunidad Hispana) and local food pantries, the Mobile Home Tax Reassessment program offers assistance to mobile home owners in Chester County to file property tax reassessment appeals.


In just two years, the United Way Mobile Home Tax Reassessment program has made great impact:
• Assisted in 510 successful appeals
• Lowered these 510 mobile home assessments by 70% from $18 million to their actual assessed value of $5 million
• Saved each mobile home owner an average of $966 on their annual taxes
• Collectively saved these mobile home owners $4.9 million over the next 10 years that they should have never owed to begin with if not for a flaw in state tax code.


What is the process to apply?
To be considered for the 2021 reassessments, call United Way of Chester County at 610-429-9400 to make an appointment, or visit www.UnitedForMobileHomes.com and fill out the 2021 Reassessment Form.


Once the form is complete:
• United Way of Chester County will contact the client to schedule an intake appointment with a representative from Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania. The deadline to fill out this form is July 10, 2021 as the Chester County Reassessment filing window is May 1- August 1.
• A paralegal will complete the forms and will contact the client for their signature.
• A volunteer from United Way of Chester County will take photos of the home for documentation.
• All forms will be submitted between May 1- August 1, 2021 to the County Reassessment Office.
• Clients will be notified of the results of their reassessment appeals in October 2021.


Deadline to apply for this program is July 20, 2021. United Way of Chester County and its partners will do all the work and pay the fees on behalf of the homeowners in the program. To learn more about the Mobile Home Tax Reassessment project, view a video about it, participate in the project or make a donation to support it, visit www.UnitedForMobileHomes.com or call 610-429-9400.


To learn more about the United Way of Chester County, visit www.ChesterCountyStronger.org

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