Suffering property tax sticker shock?

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12.11.2014 // NEWS, Publications
Suffering property tax sticker shock?

Daily Journal of Commerce

DJC Oregon Op-Ed piece by Jack Orchard, Bruce Cahn, and Amy Heverly

“The first year that property improvements, including multifamily, industrial and single-family homes, are taxed is generally the first and best chance to challenge the asserted real market value, which may affect the taxable value for years to come (because the amount of increase to assessed value is capped under Ballot Measure 50, passed by voters in 1997).”

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Jack L. Orchard
Portland, Oregon
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