It’s anyone’s guess as to what the results of the county’s 2011 revaluation of commercial properties will be. Property owners won’t receive the new values until March. In the meantime, those involved in the revaluation say it’s likely that overall ...Read More »
Some in the real estate industry are big fans of it. Others have questions and suspicions. In a new move for Mecklenburg County’s assessor’s office, commercial properties that are being reassessed for 2011 property tax values will have an income-based ...Read More »
While most Mecklenburg County homeowners will receive their property revaluation notices this week, condominium owners will have to wait until at least early March. Chuck Hicks, the county’s property appraisal manger, said the reason for the delay is that the AssessPro software ...
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Being on a busy street is fantastic if your property is a business looking for customers. But for a homeowner like Willie Mae Gory, who lives on busy West Boulevard in Charlotte, the experience can be frustrating. “I have some ...Read More »
Chuck Hicks and his property revaluation team have borne the brunt of scrutiny from skeptical Mecklenburg County homeowners. But his philosophy is more in line with an anti-tax tea-partier than a government fat cat. “I feel badly that we’re party ...Read More »
A public hearing about the schedule, standards and rules of the 2011 countywide property revaluation will take place during Wednesday’s meeting of the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners. The public will have until Dec. 17 to challenge the validity of ...Read More »