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In the News
- July 2019
Marquette Township deals with dark store difficulties
MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLUC) – Marquette Township Manager, Randy Girard says since 2010, the dark store issue has cost millions and millions of dollars to local governments in the state of Michigan. “When Meijer reduces their taxable value by $3 million and pays $138,000 less in taxes this year to the tax entities, they get …
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- July 2019
Why don’t owners of super-luxury apartments pay their fair share of taxes?
In January, hedge fund billionaire Kenneth C. Griffin closed on a $238 million deal for a penthouse at 220 Central Park South, the most expensive home ever sold in the United States. But in the eyes of New York City’s property tax assessors, Griffin’s roughly 24,000-square-foot apartment was valued at a mere $9.4 million. The …
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- June 2019
Following Statewide Rent Cap, Oregon Multifamily Investment Drops 38%
CoStar Market Insights: 60% of Investment Comes from In-State Buyers, Nearly Triple the Rate in 2018 In the wake of Oregon’s new statewide law capping apartment rent growth, multifamily investment – particularly from out-of-state buyers – has significantly declined. This may hold lessons for states around the country grappling with rent control measures. It’s only …
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