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    Quote Originally Posted by Roaddogg 4040 View Post
    NSF... When did you get your assessment? I haven't received mine yet...

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    I believe it was last Wed. as all of my neighbors did also. Other people I have talked with had theirs also. You have 60 days to appeal it or there abouts.
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    Mine went up 10K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not So Fast View Post
    Point is that values HAVE NOT RISEN, maybe the volume of sales has but NOT PRICES. I appealed in 2009 and won, down $40K, then the pool and reaccessed, up $12K, thats cool, I understand. But then for 2012 he increases the value another $18K WTF. I aint the sharpest tool but I aint stupid, then to top it off the article stating values had dropped 9% in Mohave Co.was a f---ing slap in the mug IMO.
    In talking with a few folks seems that lower priced housing (some) went down but your newer houses (2000 up) all increased as well as certain areas went up. From what I gathered lots also took a big upswing, moreso than houses.
    Yeah the state is broke, I know that but you cant keep screwing the public, can you, I guess you can.
    Some of you can accept it but I appealed it so we'll see. All I asked for was to remain the same as 2011 so it should fly I hope.
    Tired of being gouged, live within your means and adjust, isnt that the golden rule, F the state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not So Fast View Post
    I believe it was last Wed. as all of my neighbors did also. Other people I have talked with had theirs also. You have 60 days to appeal it or there abouts.
    NSF
    I just found out that it did come about 2 days ago... OOPS... Mine was changed after meeting with the assessor who though that my new house was completed last year when in fact it was about 50% finished. I will see what happens next year

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    one of mine went down about 20%... another about 10%, the other about 5%..

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    So far, all of mine have gone down quite a bit for this year..........now will I pay any less tax......


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    As per last two posts, exactly my point as to why I appealed ours which showed an approx. 8% increase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nodigg View Post
    So far, all of mine have gone down quite a bit for this year..........now will I pay any less tax......
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    Did anyone notice that 75% of the overall bill is for voter enacted bond measures. Wow do people like taxing themselves in Havazoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoatPI View Post
    Did anyone notice that 75% of the overall bill is for voter enacted bond measures. Wow do people like taxing themselves in Havazoo.
    I dont see that on the 'Valuation statement" where are you looking?
    If the city hadnt defeated the "School over ride" this year it would add about another $200 to Havasu bills depending on your value. Taxed enough already, make do with what you have, that sentiment seems to be taking hold IMO.
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    Ya gotta love the tax man.

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    Mohave County Tax, $459
    State School tax, $120
    Lake Havasu City, $190
    Lake havasu USD #1, $606
    Mohave Community College, $ 246
    First district, $36
    Mahave library $117
    Mohave county flood control, $181
    Havasu Irrigation and drainage, $78
    Mohave County TV???? $31
    Western vocational $ 18
    Budget overide school, #1, $132
    School District #1 bonds, $173

    I love the TV part?

    Tax is LOW, LOOK AT THE REST!!!!!!

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    I just spoke with them today about having mine adjusted - what I learned pleased me.

    While mine did go down for this year - it did not go down as much as I thought it should, so i asked about appealing it - I was told the deadline to was Dec 15 2010 for the tax that will be paid this year (ie the bill that goes out in Sept 2011). the only way to change it now is to file a small claims prop tax appeal... which means dealing with courthouse filings and paying a fee. So I asked about next year and was told what my next years (2012) tax would be - it turns out they have set mine for next year at about a 30% reduction from what I paid in Jan 2010 when I bought my prop.

    What it means is its not worth the hassle for me to deal with going through the small claims hearing to lower it to my purchase price (I'd save about $150) this year - and next year my tax bill will be 50% of what I paid last year.

    So I'll pay them a small vig this year and am very pleased with what they have stated my value for next year which is already locked in (any one can see what they have projected for your prop now by contacting them county office - its locked already)

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