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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 7/12/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Jul 12, 2022 | 0 Comments


San Bernardino County's property assessment hits record high
Daily Press
The total taxable value of real estate in San Bernardino County jumped 9.3% last year to $288 billion as home values rose and more residential and industrial properties were constructed, the county assessor-recorder said.


Residential property assessment up 22% in Whitfield County; long-term fix coming, commissioner says
Chattanooga Times Free Press
If it did not arrive last week, Whitfield County property owners should expect to receive in the mail this week a real estate assessment. Those assessments will feature an average increase of 22% for residential and 15% for commercial/industrial property, according to the Whitfield County Assessors Office.


Kansas Property Taxes Slightly Lower Than Nationwide Average
WIBW News Now
Taxes are something that most people aren't fond of. And because people have different ideas, taxes are done differently from state to state. Now a new study has found that in the realm of property taxes, Kansans are a little better off than the nationwide average.


Wiemann: property tax relief should be included in Missouri special session call
93.9 The Eagle
The Missouri House's number two Republican says a shortage of new vehicles has led to a more than 20 percent increase in assessments for used vehicles. House Speaker Pro Tem John Wiemann (R-O'Fallon) is urging GOP Governor Parson to include property tax relief in his special session call.


At long last, strike down this tax system
New York Daily News
Five years ago, Tax Equity Now New York (TENNY), a coalition of homeowners, renters, rental property owners and civil rights and social justice organizations, filed a lawsuit challenging New York City's property tax system because it unfairly burdens low-income and minority neighborhoods. 


Texas Homes Being Gobbled Up to Rent
Large investment firms are converting single-family homes to rentals and buying housing communities to rent. Texas leads the nation in institutional buying, with 28% of single-family homes purchased by institutional investors, more than double the national average.

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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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