Osage City Residents Upset Property Could Be Taken If Airport Expands

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 29-07-2010-05-2008

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Osage City Residents Upset Property Could Be Taken If Airport Expands
Several property owners in Osage City are upset they could lose their land, if the city’s municipal airport expands.
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Property value in flood-prone areas could suffer if problem not fixed

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 21-07-2010-05-2008

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Property value in flood-prone areas could suffer if problem not fixed
SINGAPORE : Property watchers have warned that the value of developments in flood-prone areas could suffer if the problem of flooding is not fixed.
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Property values decline slightly
Calistoga property values fell farther than property values in other Napa Valley cities,according to Assessor John Tuteur. County-wide, Values fell by just .6 million, from ,691,809,875 to ,687,202,979, as property values generally stabilized after steep declines last year,Tuteur said.
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Property market still patchy says Landsecs
LONDON (SHARECAST) – Property giant Land Securities made progress in its first quarter, but says the overall picture remains mixed with demand strong in some property types but weak in others.
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N.J. towns could raise property taxes above cap to pay for 12 percent health insurance increase

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 14-07-2010-05-2008

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N.J. towns could raise property taxes above cap to pay for 12 percent health insurance increase
Towns could raise property taxes above the 2 percent cap to cover the costs of the rate increases, without asking voters
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Property Taxes Could Be On Rise In Jax

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 08-07-2010-05-2008

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Property Taxes Could Be On Rise In Jax
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville residents may end up paying higher property taxes because of the budget situation at City Hall. Mayor John Peyton is preparing the new budget and will present it to the City Council next week.
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Eastday-Property owner goes to prison for killing guard
A property owner was sentenced yesterday to four years in prison for killing a security guard during a fight over a parking space last summer.
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Elections supervisor hopes St. Lucie property appraiser primary, if needed, could be held with voting that starts Friday

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

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Elections supervisor hopes St. Lucie property appraiser primary, if needed, could be held with voting that starts Friday
It’s too late to add any property appraiser’s office candidates to the first paper ballots that go out this weekend for the Aug. 24 primary.
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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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Property owners could face fee hikes for decline-in-value requests

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 30-06-2010-05-2008

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Property owners could face fee hikes for decline-in-value requests
Tuesday, June 29 th , 2010. Issue 26, Volume 14. RIVERSIDE – Riverside County residents looking to lower their property tax bills could be hit with new fees under a proposal the Board of Supervisors is expected to receive next month.
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Growth of property price stalls
Property price growth stalled during June, adding to mounting speculation that the housing market recovery has run out of steam, figures have shown. The average cost of a home edged ahead by just 0.1% during the month, following a rise of 0.5% in May, according to Nationwide Building Society.
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Delhi property dealer arrested for raping Brazilian
New Delhi, Jun 30 (PTI) A property dealer was arrested here for allegedly raping his 27-year-old Brazilian tenant twice within a week after mixing sedatives in her coffee, police said today.
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Property Taxes Could Increase in Chatham County

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 22-06-2010-05-2008

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Property Taxes Could Increase in Chatham County
Even though times are tough Chatham County has some good news for property owners. The county is proposing the property tax not increase this year.
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AMB Property Corporation(R) to Participate in NAIOP’s I.con Online – The Industrial Conference
AMB Property Corporation® , a leading owner, operator and developer of global industrial real estate, today announced that Eugene F. Reilly, AMB’s president, Americas, is scheduled to participate in NAIOP’s I.con Online Conference.
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Man says dump could ruin property’s drinking water

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 22-06-2010-05-2008

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Man says dump could ruin property’s drinking water
A central Queensland property owner says he is disappointed that the Rockhampton Regional Council has once again set its sights on his land for a regional dump.
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Surf City holding property tax rate
SURF CITY — Onslow County property owners in Surf City will probably see a decrease in their property tax bill this upcoming year even though the city will maintain the same tax rate. While the tax rate remains at 31 cents per 0 of…
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CBJ: Property Transfers & Building Permits
A weekly listing of property transfers and building permits in and around Charlottesville.
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Lull in property market
THE World Cup and the euro zone debt crisis have helped create a lull in the residential property market, experts say. They also cite other reasons for the subdued activity, including high asking prices, a lacklustre stock market and the month-long June school holidays. The market is taking a much-needed breather after running too fast, too soon, they add.
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Gov. Christie says property tax cap could force N.J. town, school district mergers

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 15-06-2010-05-2008

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Gov. Christie says property tax cap could force N.J. town, school district mergers
During Perth Amboy town hall meeting, Christie promotes constitutional amendment capping annual property tax increases at 2.5 percent
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River rafters, property owners settle differences
A fiery dispute between Colorado river rafters and a property owner who didn’t want paddlers floating by has been settled. But rafters say a longterm decision over who owns riverways is needed. Gov. Bill Ritter’s office announced Tuesday that the rafters and a real estate developer, Jackson-Shaw LLC, reached a four-year agreement that allows the rafters limited access to 1.7 miles of the Taylor …
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Off-market property could be a great buy

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 13-06-2010-05-2008

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Off-market property could be a great buy
Question: We are considering making an offer on a rental house. It has not been put up for sale right now, and the landlord is an absentee. Do you have any tips on making an offer on a property when you’re not sure if it’s for sale?
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DoF pushes Fujimi property reappraisal
The Department of Finance (DoF) is urging the incoming Aquino administration to push for the reappraisal of government’s Fujimi property in Tokyo, Japan. Finance Secretary Margarito B. Teves, said that parties interested in the lease and development of the 4,361-square meter Fujimi property have failed to satisfy the requirements of the Philippine government. “Because of unfavorable market …
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