Council removes property from condemned list

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

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Council removes property from condemned list
The Lonoke City Council took Shirlene Perry Culver’s property at 515 Church St. off of the condemned houses list during its May 10 meeting.
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Property market cools as buyers stay home
Sydney’s property market has suddenly caught a cold.
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Council to consider disposing of property

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

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Council to consider disposing of property
A few Scottsboro departments are asking the city council to declare some unwanted property as surplus. At a work session earlier this week, city clerk Cathy O’Shields said the police department, fire department and city hall had property each wanted declared as surplus so it can be disposed of.
Read more on The Scottsboro Daily Sentinel

Planet Election Guide: Property tax hike
In an era of steep revenue declines, the Telluride Town Council is asking voters to consider a 3 mil property tax increase that would pay for street maintenance, snow removal, curb and gutter projects and paving.
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Orange Beach council levies 1-year property tax with oil spill looming, economy dragging

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

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Orange Beach council levies 1-year property tax with oil spill looming, economy dragging
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — Looking to plug a budget deficit forecast for next year, the City Council this morning approved a one-year 1-mill property tax increase that will be reflected on this winter’s bills.
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Falling property values not always cause for alarm
Many residents of Shelby County have heard their property values are decreasing but property tax commissioner Don Armstrong …
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Galveston property values up about 6 percent
GALVESTON — Property values shot up, in some cases as much as 14 percent, in all but two taxing entities according to preliminary figures released by the Galveston Central Appraisal District. The city of Galveston saw the largest increase in taxable property values among cities but still was short of the assessed values before Hurricane Ike struck in 2008, although not by much. Overall, taxable …
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Free help to make your property fire safe!
The Kern River Valley Fire Safe Council offers free “Chipper Days” to local residents, chipping the brush to help make properties wildfire safe; free Home Assessment Checklist to help residents understand how to make their property wildfire safe; and free “How to be Wildland Fire Safe” presentations to local homeowners/property owners associations.
Read more on Kern Valley Sun

Property council criticises government shift out

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

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Property council criticises government shift out
The Property Council of Australia has criticised the State Government’s decision to relocate up to 20 per cent of its offices from the centre of Perth to suburban areas.
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Tax Changes will have limited impact on property
Budget tax revisions designed to take distortions out of the rental property market have been welcomed by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) but they are not expected to have a significant long term effect on house prices or rents.
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Property tax changes “fairer”
20 May 2010 Higher income earners will not be able to claim as much on losses on property investments.
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Columbia City Council votes against industrial zoning of Bowling Street property

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 18-05-2010-05-2008

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Columbia City Council votes against industrial zoning of Bowling Street property
COLUMBIA — History trumped development at Monday’s City Council meeting. In a 3-4 decision, the Columbia City Council voted against changing the zoning of a 23-acre property on Bowling Street from residential to industrial. The property is located near Business Loop 70 and Bowling Street at 1619 and 1717 Mores Blvd., immediately east of the Municipal Power Plant. Despite applying for industrial …
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Council members question sale of city property
BRIDGEPORT — Two City Council members are asking their fellow aldermen to investigate the sale of a former city-owned property on Monroe Street sold to the abutting property owners for only 0 although valued at nearly ,000.
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Fayetteville council says budget ready; property taxes unchanged

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 16-05-2010-05-2008

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Fayetteville council says budget ready; property taxes unchanged
A majority of the members of the Fayetteville City Council say they are prepared to adopt a budget that keeps property taxes the same and boosts police pay.
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New Hampshire surplus property auction always draws a crowd
CONCORD, N.H. – Hundreds are expected to swarm the New Hampshire surplus property auction in search of bargains…
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Philly Council Approves Budget, Property Tax Hike

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

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Philly Council Approves Budget, Property Tax Hike
Philadelphia’s City Council has given its approval to a tentative budget that includes a 9.9 percent property tax hike and a 0 garbage fee for small businesses and multi-unit homes.
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Property owners offer truce to Colorado rafters
Property owners have declared a temporary truce in a dispute with commercial rafters and will allow commercial rafting on their property this summer. The Jackson-Shaw company, which owns the Wilder on the Taylor fishing reserve, said Friday it is granting the two Taylor River rafting companies, Three Rivers Outfitting and Scenic River Tours, permission to float through its property this summer …
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Property owners offer truce to Colo. rafters
DENVER (AP) – Property owners have declared a temporary truce in a dispute with commercial rafters and will allow commercial rafting on their property this summer.
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