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Posted by John Brusniak | Feb 23, 2022 | 0 Comments

ARKANSAS

The future of malls in NWA and the River Valley
5 news online
Traditional malls are losing value and struggling to get customers in the door. The ones doing well cost a lot of money to maintain, and according to analysts, they have to give people an experience they can't get online.

COLORADO

Colo. Justices Say Rental Income Isn't Part Of Resort's Value
Law360
The dispute arose when the Eagle County assessor in 2017 included in its calculation of the property's assessed value the net income that a rental…

MINNESOTA

Houston County Assessor Announces 20% Countywide Increase in Building Valuations for...
City of Caledonia, MN
Please see link below for more information or contact the Houston County Assessor's Office at 507-725-5801.

OHIO

Ohio Hotel's Property Value Appeal Filed Too Late, Panel Says
Law360
An Ohio appellate court affirmed that a hotel's protest of its property's valuation was filed late, ruling that a coronavirus relief law didn't extend the deadline despite the fact that the…

SOUTH DAKOTA

Noem opposes bill that would provide property tax relief to ranchers
SDPB
Governor Kristi Noem says she does not support a bill that would change the tax status of certain agricultural land above 1,950 feet in elevation.

UTAH

Property taxes shouldn't make older people homeless
Deseret News
In Utah, property taxes are rising, causing some Utah senior citizens to lose their homes because they can't afford to pay the tax bill.

VIRGINIA

Real Estate Assessments Up 9.57% For Most Fairfax Homeowners
PATCH
Fairfax County residential property owners can expect to see a 9.57 percent increase in their real estate assessments this year. That equates to an average increase of $666 for every homeowner in the county.

WYOMING

House bill regarding ad valorem tax of mineral production heads to committee
Sheridan Media
As Wyoming lawmakers discuss and examine documents pertaining to the biennium budget, a number of bills have begun to pass through the legislative process.

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...

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