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Resource ID: #21430
Subject: Real Estate
Source: News and Record (Greensboro, N.C.)
Affiliation: 
Date: 5/15/93

Description

Guilford county residents were upset when, after a 1988 assessment, their property taxes increased dramatically. County officials decided that the best solution would be to have revaluations every four years, to make the increases less shocking. But, for various reasons the assessments were once again pushed back into eight year increments. These articles examine the effects of waiting eight years between revaluations.

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