We aim to please

At O’Donnell & Associates, we answer hundreds of phone and email inquiries about property assessment information and tax assessing. Here are some of the recent comments we have received: “You’re wonderful for helping me today. Thank you so much.” “Thank … Read More

237 Years of Experience

According to State law, companies conducting revaluations in Maine must present their credentials annually to Maine Revenue Services. While compiling our submittal, we did the math: we have 237 years of combined experience.

Founder turns 99

In September, Jack O’Donnell celebrated his birthday with family members. The company he started in 1961 is still going strong and so is he.

Over $2.2 million of Tax Payer Relief

The estimated tax relief payments expected for qualifying tax payers in O’Donnell & Associates’ towns will be $2,261,000.  Our efficient effort to provide correct data will help the State Treasurer’s Office mail payments in January or February, 2020.

Maine’s Property Tax Relief Fund

In response to the State’s Property Tax Relief Fund (click link for more information) effort, O’Donnell & Associates sent the Treasurer’s Office a list of Homestead exemption recipients on behalf of 36 of our 37 assessing client towns.  This will … Read More

Founder turns 99

In September, Jack O’Donnell celebrated his birthday with family members. The company he started in 1961 is still going strong and so is he.

Turner Special Town Meeting Vote

Turner voters have approved funding for O’Donnell & Associates to do annual assessing work for the Town, and have committed to a revaluation in 2022-2023. The revaluation program will be conducted using O’Donnell CAMA (Computer Assisted Maine Assessing) software.

Selectman’s Support for Canton Revaluation

Hi Paul, I just want to thank you for taking the time to discuss the equalization for the Town of Canton.  It appears to me that you have done a very thorough sales analysis of the Town and identified  our … Read More

New Gloucester Town Meeting Vote

New Gloucester voters agreed to fund an Equalization Program for 2020. The revaluation will utilize O’Donnell CAMA, the company’s Maine assessing software.  Thirty-seven towns use O’Donnell CAMA.