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    Lawmakers Call for Increase on Philadelphia’s Commercial Property Tax Rate

    29 Feb, 2016

    A bipartisan group of state lawmakers, Mayor Jim Kenney, and local civic and business leaders gathered in Philadelphia's City Hall Friday to announce a legislative plan that would up the tax rate on...

    Proposed California Property Tax Surcharge Initiative Halted by Proponents

    26 Feb, 2016

    Proponents of the proposed California initiative that would have imposed a property tax surcharge on real estate valued at more than $3 million to raise billions for public assistance programs have...

    Are Federal Tax Documents Inflating Your Business Personal Property Values?

    25 Feb, 2016

    All Texas businesses should be aware that their tangible personal property, domiciled in Texas, is subject to property taxation. A company's Fixed Asset Listing and Balance Sheet, which are expressly...

    Boston’s Industrial Market Hot Streak Continues

    23 Feb, 2016

    Greater Boston has a record-low vacancy for industrial warehouse space of 11 percent in the fourth quarter, while manufacturing space in the region is also reaching below a double-digit vacancy rate...

    NREI: Top Five Multifamily Investment Markets

    22 Feb, 2016

    In 2015, high demand for multifamily space resulted in 306,000 new units being added to the U.S. market, according to Freddie Mac—the highest number since 1989. While momentum is expected to remain...

    Evolving Trends for Retail Outlet Centers

    18 Feb, 2016

    As consumer shopping preferences shift, so do the landscapes of retail centers. Shoppers are no longer attracted to outlet centers based solely on the discounts, as they are readily available online....

    Apartment Rents Expected to Keep Rising in 2016

    17 Feb, 2016

    Multifamily rents are likely to keep rising in 2016--just at slower pace than before, according to forecasts for the coming year. “Rising vacancy rates will take the wind out of landlords' sails and...

    Logistics Property Values, Rents Expected to Peak in 2016

    12 Feb, 2016

    As the U.S. logistics industry flourishes from an improving economy and increased demand for space from e-commerce companies, it continues to reach record highs in occupancy and absorption. In fact,...

    Boston Residents May Vote on Property Tax Surcharge to Raise Money for Affordable Housing

    11 Feb, 2016

    Two City Council members are filing a measure to implement the 2000 Community Preservation Act in Boston, which allows Massachusetts municipalities to raise money for housing programs, parks or open...

    California Property Taxpayers Could Shoulder School Construction Bond Initiative

    9 Feb, 2016

    California property owners could be hit with a higher tax burden, as Governor Brown’s Administration insists the statewide school construction bond initiative be funded by local school districts...

    Kansas Lawmaker Proposes Package of Bills to Increase Property Tax Revenue for Higher Education

    8 Feb, 2016

    A Kansas house committee will introduce a three-bill package on Wednesday intended to “increase and stabilize resources public higher education institutions draw from for development of academic...

    Is Chicago’s Hotel Sector Headed for a Downturn?

    4 Feb, 2016

    The hotel industry in Chicago, like nearly all major markets across the nation, has been posting great performance metrics over the past several years. RevPAR increased 7.2 percent in 2014 on a...

    Ft. Lauderdale Undergoing a Luxurious Makeover

    3 Feb, 2016

    Ft. Lauderdale is transitioning from a spring break destination for college students to a budding upscale resort town due, in part, to spillover from Miami’s boom. A string of new luxury hotels and...

    Councilman Proposes Changes to Pittsburgh's Real Estate Appeals Process

    2 Feb, 2016

    In an effort to "make the property appeals process as fair and equitable as it can possibly be," Pittsburgh Councilman Dan Girlman plans to propose changes to the way properties are appealed....

    City of Austin Files Appeal to Commercial Property Appraisal Lawsuit

    1 Feb, 2016

    More than two months after a judge dismissed Austin’s lawsuit challenging Texas' property appraisal system, the city has filed a notice of appeal. The lawsuit seeks the reappraisal of thousands of...

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