Tag Archive: Property Tax

Will real estate taxes change with a new Congress?

Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) several benefits long associated with residential real estate were effectively lost. Could the same thing happen this year? In the 2017 round of tax changes residential real estate took a… Read More »

Housing: What Might Change If Biden Wins

In the battle of Biden vs. Trump a lot of settled and not-so-settled housing sector rules and doctrines will be at stake. If Trump wins the move toward less regulation can be expected to continue while a Biden victory would… Read More »

How A Biden Presidency Could Change Real Estate

What happens if the major polls are right and the upcoming election results in a change of administrations, if Trump is out and Biden is in? How might the housing sector change? One place to look is the 2020 Democratic… Read More »

The Highs and Lows of U.S. Property Tax

Before civilization thought up monetary systems, taxes were paid based on the percentage of crops raised. In those days, patriotic tax collectors would have rhapsodized about “ample waves of grain.” As a new report by RealtyTrac®, the nation’s leading source… Read More »

Active Properties: Comparative States of Taxation

In 2010, property tax totaling $441 billion was collected in every state and Washington DC to fund government, education, and countless social programs. About 97 percent of it came at the local level. Delaware is the least dependent state, with… Read More »

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