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Re: Property tax reval impact on Journal Square
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It's all in the assessment, just wondering how they come to the conclusion and who deems it so. I bet the gentrifying area will get hit hardest such as the east side of the Heights such as where the J.C. mayor has set the pace. Not sure if one newly built home will set the standard as well. The new two family construction on the Western Slope is selling for $700k amongst existing $50k and $100k currently assessed homes.

Posted on: 2016/5/8 14:50
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Re: Property tax reval impact on Journal Square
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depends on how much property values go up in Journal Sq between now and when the reval is done. I would think prices in JS will go very fast and will help to balance the increase for downtowners but I would expect both to go up.

Posted on: 2016/5/8 14:31
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The consensus that the property tax reval will hit downtown pretty hard. What is your opinion on journal square and The heights?

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