Property taxes to hold steady in Tampa’s budget

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 12-08-2010-05-2008

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Property taxes to hold steady in Tampa’s budget
For the fourth year in a row, Tampa’s property taxes will remain unchanged.
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Property put back on tax rolls
On Tuesday, the Floyd County Board of Supervisors paved the way to be able to once again collect taxes on a longtime delinquent property.
Read more on Charles City Press

Kearney’s ‘10-’11 budget doesn’t raise property taxes, lose services or employees

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 01-08-2010-05-2008

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Kearney’s ‘10-’11 budget doesn’t raise property taxes, lose services or employees
KEARNEY – Property tax rates won’t increase under the city of Kearney’s 2010-2011 budget, which decreases million from 2009-2010.
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Property an Indicator of National Divide Despite Emergency Budget

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 20-07-2010-05-2008

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Property an Indicator of National Divide Despite Emergency Budget
Despite efforts for “fairness” in the emergency Budget, property values still show the have/have-not gap
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Russian Property Funds May Lose Tax Breaks,
The Russian finance ministry wants to amend the tax code and property laws to remove tax breaks enjoyed by closed-end mutual property funds.
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Full New Jersey Assembly to Pass Property-Tax Cap, Budget Chairman Says

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 07-07-2010-05-2008

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Full New Jersey Assembly to Pass Property-Tax Cap, Budget Chairman Says
The New Jersey Assembly will likely pass an annual limit on property-tax increases announced by Senate Democrats and Governor Chris Christie , lawmakers said.
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State waives property tax cap for Roseland budget

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 06-07-2010-05-2008

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State waives property tax cap for Roseland budget
ROSELAND – Trenton has granted Roseland’s recent request to waive the 4-percent cap on property tax increases and allow the borough to balance its 2010 municipal budget by boosting property taxes 18 percent.
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Intellectual Property
The last March 19, 2010 came into force the AGREEMENT by means of which the preceding agreement that establishes the guidelines for filing applications before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (MIIP), issued by the General Director of the MIIP and published in the Official Journal of the Federation on March 18, 2010, was modified.
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Wortman Retiring as CEO of Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
John Wortman, CEO of Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. (Citizens), the state’s property insurance of last resort, has announced plans to retire. “John Wortman has been a tremendous asset …
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Delaware budget eased by unclaimed property

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 28-06-2010-05-2008

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Delaware budget eased by unclaimed property
Delaware’s revenue picture looks less than rosy, but the state’s surfeit of unclaimed property is once again helping to balance the budget. This year, roughly 5 million in revenue comes from unclaimed property, or escheated funds.
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Property Tax Cap and Wine Sales in N.Y. Budget Bill

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 26-06-2010-05-2008

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Property Tax Cap and Wine Sales in N.Y. Budget Bill
Gov. David A. Paterson is including the proposals in an emergency budget bill due for a vote next week.
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City of Muskegon’s 2010-11 budget: Higher property taxes, fewer services

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 10-06-2010-05-2008

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City of Muskegon’s 2010-11 budget: Higher property taxes, fewer services
Commissioners voted 5-2 to increase property taxes by 1 mill and cut more than 0,000 in programs and staff.
Read more on The Muskegon Chronicle

United Insurance Holdings Corp. Subsidiary Approved To Write Property And Casualty Insurance In South Carolina
United Insurance Holdings Corp. (“United” or the “Company”), a property and casualty insurance holding company, announced today that United Property & Casualty Insurance Company (UPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary, was approved to begin writing property and casualty insurance in the state of South Carolina as an admitted carrier
Read more on PropertyandCasualty.com

NSW Forecasts Budget Surpluses on Property Rebound (Update2)

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 08-06-2010-05-2008

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NSW Forecasts Budget Surpluses on Property Rebound (Update2)
June 8 (Bloomberg) — Australia’s New South Wales forecast budget surpluses for the next three years, scrapping last year’s predicted deficits, as a rebound in the state’s property market stokes stamp duties from dwelling transactions.
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Chinese farmer declares war on property developers with homemade wheelbarrow canon
A Chinese farmer is fighting off property developers who want his land, firing rockets from a homemade canon made out of a wheelbarrow and pipes, state media said on Tuesday.
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NSW Forecasts Budget Surpluses on Property Rebound (Update1)

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 08-06-2010-05-2008

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NSW Forecasts Budget Surpluses on Property Rebound (Update1)
June 8 (Bloomberg) — Australia’s New South Wales forecast budget surpluses for the next three years, scrapping last year’s predicted deficits, as a rebound in the state’s property market stokes stamp duties from dwelling transactions.
Read more on Bloomberg

DNZ Property Fund to raise m from shareholders
DNZ Property Fund, which abandoned plans last year to list on the New Zealand stock exchange, is planning a million capital raising after agreeing to buy out the management contract from DNZ Management.On Friday, the board…
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