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The court concluded that Sonoco's office buildings were contiguous to its plant site and thus subject to the manufacturing-related tax assessment ratio
Alabama's permanent 10-percent assessment ratio
may produce better overall results than some of the other states' provisions providing for a 100-percent abatement for all of the rehabilitation expenditures over a fixed number of years.
KS believe that "the property tax will not likely be viewed as fair if there is a wide variation in assessment ratios
among classes of property and if the tax is riddled with exemptions.
27% assessment ratio
, resulting in a property tax assessment of approximately $2 million for the County.
Under the general proposal, co-ops and condominium assessments would be gradually lowered over a ten-year period until those taxpayers could be merged into the homeowners' Class I that enjoys a cap on assessment increases as well as a lower assessment ratio
- 8 percent of assessed value rather than Class II's 45 percent ratio - even though they currently pay a higher tax rate.
With the district at about full build-out, property ownership is relatively diverse, although the high share of residential properties makes the district vulnerable to assessment ratio
reductions under Colorado's Gallagher Amendment.
Mean Values for Data From Control Samples of Non-auctioned Sales [*] Broward County Miami-Dade County Control sample sales price $145,534 $184,263 ($109,417) ($206,459) Control sample assessed value $119,853 $175,247 ($90,238) ($19,345) Control sample assessment ratio
Class 1 will have the normal protection of the 8 percent assessment ratio
," explained the Council official.
AV declines due to reduced assessment ratio
for motor vehicles and appeals.
7% during the past three years, following five years of negative growth, due largely to the adjustment of the residential assessment ratio
So while an assessed value placed by the city on a property in the 1994/95 tentative roll could adjust to its standard 45 percent assessment ratio
for Classes II, III and IV, the equalization rates determined by the SBEA are in fact lower and could support higher income values and lower assessments.