Michael Letcher on 02/11/2011
Normally, when you hear the term “property tax reform” it is natural to think of things like property tax caps to prevent assessments from rising too fast in a booming market.
Michael Letcher on 02/07/2011
The State of New York is moving closer to passing an annual cap on property tax increases.
Michael Letcher on 01/14/2011
Not long ago, Gwinnett County was a symbol of the Georgia real estate boom. Now it is foreclosure central - but county appraisals still don’t reflect the lower home values.
Michael Letcher on 01/11/2011
You would think that with the power that counties have to foreclose on properties with unpaid taxes that property tax collections would not be much of an issue.
Susan Reynolds on 01/10/2011
2010 has been a trying year for the Prince George's County government.
Michael Letcher on 01/07/2011
There might be good news for taxpayers who live in Aurora and in other cities that make up Will County, Illinois – No property tax increase during 2011.
Michael Letcher on 01/06/2011
Taxpayers who live in Charlotte and elsewhere in Mecklenburg County are about to give county officials a major surprise – they are going to appeal their property tax values in record numbers during the coming year.
Michael Letcher on 12/28/2010
Buying and preserving wilderness lands is not something Volusia County may be able to continue to do in the near future as it struggles to make ends meet.
Kristen Stewart on 11/24/2010
Foreclosures are bad for property values—and in other news the sky is blue. However, what many people may not appreciate is foreclosures can also be damaging when it comes to property reassessments. Especially when we're...
Michael Letcher on 11/15/2010
Counties across the USA are struggling to keep up with falling home values. Fulton County, Georgia is no exception.