Georgia Association of Property Tax Professionals
GAPTP is an association of professionals involved in all aspects of property
tax management within the state of Georgia.
Georgia Association of Property Tax Professionals (GAPTP) was formed to unite
members in the profession and to protect the rights of property taxpayers by
advancing the professional practice of property tax consulting through education
and high ethical standards.
As the recognized voice of unified property tax professionals in Georgia, GAPTP
complements the profession of property tax management and assists in creating a
better understanding and cooperation among members, state agencies and the
taxpayers of Georgia. GAPTP encourages the practice of high standards of personal
and professional conduct in the industry. It also offers opportunities for the mutual improvement and education of the industry, and
collects and disseminates reference information helpful to members.
SB346, Georgia’s Landmark
Property Tax Legislation, is signed by Gov Perdue. GAPTP was a key player in
drafting and shepherding this legislation through the 2010 General Assembly and
representing GAPTP at the signing ceremony is Jeff Margarite, President.
defend the rights of all classes of property taxpayers in Georgia.
tax reform that keeps intact the Georgia Constitutional requirement of fair and
equal taxation for all taxpayers.
constructive changes to the property tax system that insure a user friendly and