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In the Netherlands, property tax is imposed on homes but comes with two classifications: there is one kind of property tax for the citizen who owns the house and another kind for the citizen who is simply living in the house. This section provides resources on property taxes from how their nature to how and why they are collected.Displaying 1-7 of 7 result(s).Texas Home Mortgage Loan Tax Credits ExplainedPosted by Chad Bates. Published on Aug 03, 2009 There are many tax credits available to Texans for First Time Homebuyers. By definition, a first time homebuyer under federal standards is anyone who has not purchased a home before, or who has not been an owner of record on a home for the past three years. Under the federal stimulus package, a homebuyer may be eligible for up to a $8000 tax credit if they close and fund on a purchase as a first time homebuyer by November 30, 2009. Retire To Pei With Extra CashPosted by Ron Wesley. Published on Jun 02, 2009 PEI is located off the eastern coast of Canada, situated 13km off the shores of New Brunswick and accessible by the Confederation Bridge or the Wood’s Island Ferry. Are You Paying Too Much In Property Taxes? Yes – And Here’s The ProofPosted by Aaron Bailey. Published on May 16, 2009 Most state and local governments are claiming a budget crisis, but a look at tax collection revenues show that they’re certainly not suffering from a lack of financial resources. Examining public records, we find that tax collections are still on the rise. While most of us believe we can’t do much to avoid paying fewer tax dollars, save for cutting out trips to the mall or moving our families to offshore tax havens, there is still the likelihood of reducing our property taxes. In fact, while home values have been falling nationwide, state and local governments are still billing most of us for home values that far exceed realistic market prices. Here’s a look at property tax collections according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and information on how you can exercise your right for a fair property valuation, saving you hundreds or potentially thousands of dollars each year. Riding Out The Rollercoaster Housing Market Plunge With The Property Tax Appeal CopilotPosted by Robert Wall. Published on Mar 14, 2009 Are you a homeowner taking the roller-coaster ride, plunging down into a freefall of the continuous drop in your home value? Did you enjoy the ride up the hill or did you enter at the peak? We love the ride up but hate the plunge down. But luckily you can benefit from a decrease in your property value by capitalizing on a unique opportunity to lower property taxes on your home. Save Money -an American Express Around The World CruisePosted by Hans ram. Published on Feb 26, 2009 American Express is a well-known credit card provider but as a customer you have access to deep discounts on your travel experiences. When you make your booking for an American Express around the world cruise through AMT American Express Travel, you have a choice in accommodations, such as a spacious suite with a private balcony where you can truly watch the world go by. How Property Assessment Really WorksPosted by jeff rauth. Published on Dec 21, 2008 First of all, every states property assessment process is very similar. They all start off with the commonly accepted appraisal methods. There is the cost, comparable, and income approaches. As fair as residential they are mostly focused on the comparable approach. The 3rd Tax Advantage To Buying A House – Tax Free BorrowingPosted by Kate Ford. Published on Dec 04, 2008 Buying a house provides serious tax shelter advantages. Expenses related to home ownership can be tax deductible. An additional advantage to owning a home is the tax-free sale. The next benefit you can enjoy is the ability to borrow tax-free against home equity without having to sell your house. 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