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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 9/4/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Sep 04, 2019 | 0 Comments


Arizona's 30 Largest Cities and Towns Ranked for Local Taxes
Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Property taxes are primarily to blame for the town's poor showing. In 2017 (the latest U.S. Census data available), the average property tax rate in ...


Political Risks Cloud Horizon for Chicago Multifamily Sales
ConnectCRE (press release)
JB Pritzker's publicly supporting the implementation of new rent-control legislation statewide, and the Cook County assessor dramatically increasing ...


Nationwide, Wellmark among employers fighting property assessment hikes that could inflate taxes ...
Nationwide Insurance says its Locust Street office buildings are not worth the $141 million the Polk County Assessor's Office says they are. Wellmark ...


Assessor's report demonstrates way to help parish growth
The Lafourche Gazette
Parish Assessor Wendy Thibodeaux stood before the Parish Council last week with three table legs, each engraved with “ITEP”, “Economic ...

Real estate experts say property values have increased since Katrina
But most of the impact that folks would see on an assessor's kind of change in valuation would have to do with changes in home values and other ...

Stephanie Grace: Who'll get blamed for New Orleans' property tax spikes? 'He went that-a-way'
The citywide assessment that started all this is mandated by law every four years, Assessor Erroll Williams will tell you, and that's true (never mind that ...


Scarborough adjusts disputed assessments in recent revaluation, sets tax rate
Press Herald
Town Assessor David Bouffard and KRT Appraisal, the Massachusetts firm that did the revaluation, reduced property assessments in the Hillcrest ...


Tax abatements and their impact on schools and the city
Columbus Messenger
By Linda Dillman Staff Writer. The dance of development and tax abatement is a sophisticated tango performed by businesses, municipalities and ...


Conroe: Council Enters Tax Abatement Agreement with Five Below for Distribution Facility
Virtual Builders Exchange
The Conroe City Council approved a tax abatement agreement with Five Below Inc. for the construction of a 715000-square-foot distribution facility.

About the Author

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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