Property Tax

  1. How to Reduce Your High Property Taxes

    Think your property taxes are too high? Here's some advice on how to get your home ...
  2. Here's What to do If You Have a Lien on Your ...

    Liens attach to an asset, not an individual, and are intended to protect creditors. ...
  3. Vancouver's New Tax on Foreign Property Buyers

    Major global cities such as New York and Vancouver are witnessing skyrocketing prices ...
  4. 10 Best States to Own a Big House

    On top of the low property taxes and average housing costs, these states all tend ...
  5. 4 Reasons Why Delaware Is Considered a Tax Shelter

    Understand what a tax shelter is and how one is created. Learn why Delaware is considered ...
  6. 4 Cases When Low Home Prices Should Deter Buyers

    Identify several situations in which low home prices should deter buyers, including ...
  1. How can I obtain an abatement for property taxes?

    Find out how to obtain a property tax abatement, why abatements are issued, and the role of a county or city assessor's department ...
  2. How do taxes impact Net Operating Income (NOI)?

    Find out more about net operating income, how to calculate the NOI of a real estate property and how taxes affect NOI.
  3. In which US cities do high-income earners pay the most tax?

    See which U.S. cities punish high net worth individuals the most through the highest levels of income taxes, property taxes ...
  4. What's the difference between regressive and progressive taxes?

    Learn what a regressive tax is in comparison to a progressive tax, and understand the specific types of taxes that are considered ...
  1. 7 Smart Steps Every New Homeowner Should Take

    Just moved into a new home? Check out these 7 tips that every new homeowner should ...
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