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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.


You are wrong, I suggest you look at the "Friendly Budget," it shows what the tax abatements pays and what it would pay if fully taxed. They would pay more if fully taxed. This is on the city's website. Example Gull Cove - $2,690,875 if fully taxed $3,248,967.


Wow. You're not just tone deaf, you're just plain deaf to anyone's statements, or mentally incapable. There was no argument that they were paying the same as if there were no abatement. THEN THERE WOULD BE NO POINT IN AN ABATEMENT!!! Bohdipooh said they were paying .9% rather than the normal 2.2%. And Gulls Cove is paying far more than that, about 83% of their unabated tax.

0.9% happens to be about the same as you were paying on Van Vorst Park when you were ranting about freeloading abated properties, while homeowners in Greenville were paying 3x your tax rate. Somehow you just never gave a crap about them in the 3 decades you've been a tax crusader. Why is that Yvonne?


There are people who only received a 5 year tax abatement, which I am not against and are now paying full taxes. They are paying close to $20,000 a year in property taxes. Futhermore, when I lived on Van Vorst Park, I paid the taxes the city mailed me. But in total I have paid over $300,000 in taxes. I have all of my bills and after the 1988 reval of I had a tax bill of $16,000 which was equal to my salary. There are people still on Van Vorst Park that are paying $33,000 and and $43,000 for a brownstone...


How are you defining "Brownstone" - more than two family?
What's the address of those two properties? I think you just make stuff up, so prove me wrong.


I am defining brownstones by how they were built. Some are one family others are more. The majority around the Van Vorst Park are probably 2 family homes. By the way, before the 1988 reval the majority were 1 family, they became rentals to help pay the taxes. But this also happened in other parts of JC.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.


You are wrong, I suggest you look at the "Friendly Budget," it shows what the tax abatements pays and what it would pay if fully taxed. They would pay more if fully taxed. This is on the city's website. Example Gull Cove - $2,690,875 if fully taxed $3,248,967.


Wow. You're not just tone deaf, you're just plain deaf to anyone's statements, or mentally incapable. There was no argument that they were paying the same as if there were no abatement. THEN THERE WOULD BE NO POINT IN AN ABATEMENT!!! Bohdipooh said they were paying .9% rather than the normal 2.2%. And Gulls Cove is paying far more than that, about 83% of their unabated tax.

0.9% happens to be about the same as you were paying on Van Vorst Park when you were ranting about freeloading abated properties, while homeowners in Greenville were paying 3x your tax rate. Somehow you just never gave a crap about them in the 3 decades you've been a tax crusader. Why is that Yvonne?


There are people who only received a 5 year tax abatement, which I am not against and are now paying full taxes. They are paying close to $20,000 a year in property taxes. Futhermore, when I lived on Van Vorst Park, I paid the taxes the city mailed me. But in total I have paid over $300,000 in taxes. I have all of my bills and after the 1988 reval of I had a tax bill of $16,000 which was equal to my salary. There are people still on Van Vorst Park that are paying $33,000 and and $43,000 for a brownstone...


How are you defining "Brownstone" - more than two family?
What's the address of those two properties? I think you just make stuff up, so prove me wrong.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.


You are wrong, I suggest you look at the "Friendly Budget," it shows what the tax abatements pays and what it would pay if fully taxed. They would pay more if fully taxed. This is on the city's website. Example Gull Cove - $2,690,875 if fully taxed $3,248,967.


Wow. You're not just tone deaf, you're just plain deaf to anyone's statements, or mentally incapable. There was no argument that they were paying the same as if there were no abatement. THEN THERE WOULD BE NO POINT IN AN ABATEMENT!!! Bohdipooh said they were paying .9% rather than the normal 2.2%. And Gulls Cove is paying far more than that, about 83% of their unabated tax.

0.9% happens to be about the same as you were paying on Van Vorst Park when you were ranting about freeloading abated properties, while homeowners in Greenville were paying 3x your tax rate. Somehow you just never gave a crap about them in the 3 decades you've been a tax crusader. Why is that Yvonne?


There are people who only received a 5 year tax abatement, which I am not against and are now paying full taxes. They are paying close to $20,000 a year in property taxes. Futhermore, when I lived on Van Vorst Park, I paid the taxes the city mailed me. But in total I have paid over $300,000 in taxes. I have all of my bills and after the 1988 reval of I had a tax bill of $16,000 which was equal to my salary. There are people still on Van Vorst Park that are paying $33,000 and and $43,000 for a brownstone. No section of the city should be carrying the taxes for the rest of the city. I have lost several neighbors after the 1988 revaluation who lost their homes after revaluation because they could not afford their taxes. It is immoral for the city to take someone's property in a tax lien and then turn around and give a tax break to a developer.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.


You are wrong, I suggest you look at the "Friendly Budget," it shows what the tax abatements pays and what it would pay if fully taxed. They would pay more if fully taxed. This is on the city's website. Example Gull Cove - $2,690,875 if fully taxed $3,248,967.


Wow. You're not just tone deaf, you're just plain deaf to anyone's statements, or mentally incapable. There was no argument that they were paying the same as if there were no abatement. THEN THERE WOULD BE NO POINT IN AN ABATEMENT!!! Bohdipooh said they were paying .9% rather than the normal 2.2%. And Gulls Cove is paying far more than that, about 83% of their unabated tax.

0.9% happens to be about the same as you were paying on Van Vorst Park when you were ranting about freeloading abated properties, while homeowners in Greenville were paying 3x your tax rate. Somehow you just never gave a crap about them in the 3 decades you've been a tax crusader. Why is that Yvonne?

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.


You are wrong, I suggest you look at the "Friendly Budget," it shows what the tax abatements pays and what it would pay if fully taxed. They would pay more if fully taxed. This is on the city's website. Example Gull Cove - $2,690,875 if fully taxed $3,248,967.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.


This is not entirely accurate. Depending on the tax abatement contract, the levy MOST LIKELY is a parcentage of sale value. For example, the abatement at The Oakman is 0.9% of sale. That number is low, but more or less in line with what other properties in DTJC are currently paying. The contract has stipulations that dictate when and how that abatement is adjusted to increase the percentage to be paid, one of which is how much of a differential exists between the established tax rate for properties in JC and the initial abatement rate.

Regardless, the idea that abated properties are getting a free ride has long been debunked. The city is getting a sweet deal at the expense of the county, and the BOE. Tht 0.9% is going straight to the city, which is a lot more money than why JC would have collected on those properties under a regular tax setup.

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I was assesed at $450K for a HELOC by Wells Fargo recently. They did comps. Not sure what to believe though but pretty sure 1BR 1.5BA 845sf on Mercer is closer to $550K. I pay $7000 in tax now so if they value it like Wells I won't pay much more. Honestly I can't pay much more. This whole situation is pretty nervewracking.


Even if your valuation comes out at 450K, a realistic range for your future tax assessment would be 8K to 10K. So, if you are paying 7K at the moment, you are almost guaranteed to pay more in taxes in 2018.

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I've heard arguments for both sides of the coin (letting in the inspectors vs. not letting them in) but neither being very convincing.
Does anyone have any strong opinions one way or the other, or experienced this in the past, here or elsewhere?


Duda said you cannot be rewarded for not letting in an inspector, so you will get the higher assessment for this action.


As per your own video, he clearly stated that if an inspector can't gain entry to perform their survey, that they will "guesstimate" a value based on data and outside observations and that the homeowner would be able to request a follow up visit to have the valuation adjusted if they don't agree.

He event went as far as saying (more than once) that their guesstimate will not be punitive and that it wouldn't be used as a threat.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?


Tax abatements are assessed but has no impact until they are off the roles. Tax abatements are not treated as ratables but contracts. Another reason why tax abatements are unfair to the general small homeowner.

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How would PILOT? My bldg. has tax abatement and even the recently sold apts (and hence the reflected current market price) are paying around 1%-1.2% in taxes instead ~2%. Would this reval impact such properties as well?

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I was assesed at $450K for a HELOC by Wells Fargo recently. They did comps. Not sure what to believe though but pretty sure 1BR 1.5BA 845sf on Mercer is closer to $550K. I pay $7000 in tax now so if they value it like Wells I won't pay much more. Honestly I can't pay much more. This whole situation is pretty nervewracking.

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I've heard arguments for both sides of the coin (letting in the inspectors vs. not letting them in) but neither being very convincing.
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Duda said you cannot be rewarded for not letting in an inspector, so you will get the higher assessment for this action.

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I've heard arguments for both sides of the coin (letting in the inspectors vs. not letting them in) but neither being very convincing.
Does anyone have any strong opinions one way or the other, or experienced this in the past, here or elsewhere?

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Live on Mercer Street downtown and haven't had an inspection yet. My assessment is currently $93,600 and my place I guess is worth around $550,000. Does anyone know if my taxes will go up?


If your valuation comes close to 550K, a realistic range for your future tax assessment is 10K - 12K, which is equivalent to a final tax rate of 1.8% to 2.2%. So, if you are paying much less than that, then yes, your taxes will go up.

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Thank you for the info mfadam! How will they come up with fair values though? I have gotten a wide range from HELOC I was going to take out and their assessed value and also from putting it on the market to sell which I didn't ultimately end up doing.

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take .019 x your market value and that will be close to what you'll be paying.

Boodipooh - good points about gaming it. I guess if your place is average to below average condition for the neighborhood let em in. Otherwise...

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Yup. And you might want to hold off on those major home repairs/improvements until they've come and gone...


I feel for one of my neighbors then. They bought a place 2 years ago, and have spent the last year doing a gut renovation. I think someones taxes are going to increase.

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Live on Mercer Street downtown and haven't had an inspection yet. My assessment is currently $93,600 and my place I guess is worth around $550,000. Does anyone know if my taxes will go up?

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I'd say it's best to let them in. They're certainly not going to make estimates that lower your value when they have to guess...


Actually, this is an interesting one... for people who have done extensive interior renovation work, or those running illegal boarding homes with lots of bedrooms and bathrooms, choosing to not allow the inspectors into their place may be a smart move. Worst case scenario, they overestimate your value and you just ask them to come back to re-inspect and your only loss is that of time. Best case scenario, you are underestimated and you can keep that valuation by not opening your mouth. I am *really* surprised by the way these rules are laid out, as they really make it all too easy to try and game the process.

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I'd say it's best to let them in. They're certainly not going to make estimates that lower your value when they have to guess...


Yup. And you might want to hold off on those major home repairs/improvements until they've come and gone...

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I'd say it's best to let them in. They're certainly not going to make estimates that lower your value when they have to guess...

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So if we refuse to let the inspector into the house, or are not available to let them in, I guess they are just going to be doing an estimate for the basement, bathrooms, etc.? Or, do you think they'll go poking around and try to look in windows?


They will estimate, based on what they found out about nearby and similar properties, and probably won't estimate in your favor.

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So if we refuse to let the inspector into the house, or are not available to let them in, I guess they are just going to be doing an estimate for the basement, bathrooms, etc.? Or, do you think they'll go poking around and try to look in windows?

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Credit where credit is due: this was actually a good contribution. While there was little new information in the video, there was one little tidbit mentioned several times that I don't think was ever mentioned in other places: in addition to the basic information of each property (number of bedrooms, bathrooms, square footage) plus features (condition of kitchen and bathrooms, finished basements, mechanical systems such as AC, boilers, type of heat system) they will also take note of whether or not the property has views of NYC, and how good of a view it is. The guy doing the presentation also explained how they will determine if a basement is considered to be finished or not (two out of three surfaces must be covered, the three surfaces being floors, walls, and ceiling) and the amount of bathroom fixtures determines how the bathroom count is performed, not the actual number of such rooms. Thank you for posting the video.

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As iGreg said thanks for the link very good.

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Mark Duda explains the revaluation process at Dickinson H.S.
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Thanks that link is informative.


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The Tax year starts in April right? So maybe even the next tax year will be on the current assessments.


Tax year starts in January. The reval company said it expects to send new assessments ~Thanksgiving, then there will be an appeal process. Homeowners are probably not going to see the effect until the second two quarters of 2018.

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Mark Duda explains the revaluation process at Dickinson H.S.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3mvCTopMHw

Posted on: 5/16 20:58
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Re: According to Appraisal Systems, the reval, physical inspections , will be completed by Thanksgiving
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RichMauro wrote:
I had no intention to fire things up. I merely stated an opinion.
Such anger (and inflammatory language) as you've exhibited isn't necessary in civil discussion.
Older people have settled in their ways and many are not adept at dealing with the sometimes chicanery of the money merchants. A cursory look at the JC property values vs. taxation really brought the issue home to me. Then to see houses (etc) which were up for sale for 500% of what was paid for them at auction a month earlier indicates an indecency at large amongst the populace.


Oh ok. I guess we shouldn't charge taxes fairly because "older people have settled in their ways"?


Posted on: 4/28 16:09
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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He was leaving the stickers, but because my wife was home he took care of the inspection then and there. Just as well to get it over with in my opinion.

Maybe something was lost in translation when my wife communicated what he said. Maybe it won't be inspections lasting a year, but instead up to a year to get the new valuation mailed to people. If the new numbers come out at the beginning of 2018Q2, I guess that gives enough time for people to challenge them.


Thanks for your reply. Good to know that they are finally hitting the streets downtown.

Posted on: 4/28 14:01
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