Property Tax Professional David Martinez Joins NTRG

DALLAS, TX – 09-14-2018 ( — National Tax Resource Group adds a well-respected property tax professional to its team.  David Martinez arrived today to serve as Director – Property Tax Services.  Mr. Martinez has served the property tax industry since 2003.  NTRG relies on this experience to provide best-in-class service to our clients and consultants.  His extensive experience spans multiple industries including industrial complex manufacturing, healthcare, multi-family, hospitality, telecommunications, data centers, retail, restaurants, transportation, and oil and gas.  Specific responsibilities at NTRG include appeal services, valuation analyses, pre-acquisition estimates, and budget preparations.  Mr. Martinez’s strengths in client relations and new business development allow him to support NTRG, its clients, and consultants well beyond the data.

Mr. Martinez has served as Director, Tax Manager, and Tax Consultant for such firms as RETC, Grant Thornton LLP, and Deloitte Touche LLP. His skill set includes multi-state property tax appeals and negotiation, multi-state property tax audit representation, and multi-state property tax return preparation. 

Mr. Martinez is a licensed Property Tax Consultant in the state of Texas and a certified member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT) and the Tax Association of Property Tax Professionals (TAPTP).  He earned his bachelor’s degree in business at the University of North Texas.

National Tax Resource Group is a national property tax firm located in Dallas, TX, using local expertise to serve owners and managers of commercial and multifamily properties since 1999. 

Media Contacts:

Company Name: National Tax Resource Group
Full Name: Clayton L Wigley
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