O’Connor & Associates Joins Hotel Association of Canada as Premier Partner, Offering Unparalleled Property Tax Expertise to Canadian Hotels 

The Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) is proud to announce O’Connor and Associates as its newest Premier Partner. 

 

“We are thrilled to partner with O’Connor & Associates to empower Canadian hoteliers to minimize the impact of their property tax bills said Susie Grynol, President & CEO of the Hotel Association of Canada. “Their commitment to excellence aligns perfectly with our mission to support the growth and prosperity of the Canadian hospitality industry.” 

 

O’Connor & Associates boasts an impressive legacy as a full-service real estate company, operating under four main businesses: property tax appeal and consulting, appraisal, cost segregation, and a data subsidiary servicing appraisers nationwide.  

 

“We are honored to join forces with the Hotel Association of Canada to bring our expertise to the Canadian hospitality sector,” said Andrew Choy, Director of National Commercial Tax, O’Connor & Associates. “Together, we will empower hoteliers across Canada to achieve substantial property tax savings and drive sustainable growth.”  

 

Celebrating 50 years, O’Connor & Associates has grown to 1,000 professionals worldwide, and is currently expanding into Canada. The company is known for its creativity, aggressiveness, data resources, and experience in property tax appeals.  It is regarded as one of the most successful tax consulting firms. The O’Connor ApproachTM, a proprietary methodology, is a major breakthrough in the industry, helping property owners save $50 million in taxes each year. 

 

O’Connor & Associates will play a prominent role as a key sponsor of the upcoming HAC Conference in in Montreal from May 22-24. This partnership signifies a significant step forward in delivering tangible benefits to HAC members and the broader Canadian hospitality community. 

 

For more information about O’Connor & Associates and their property tax management services, please visit www.nationalpropertytax.com.