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2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Area resident ()
Date: February 22, 2011 02:43PM

It looks like the 2011 assessments are updated on line (at least in Fairfax Station area) http://icare.fairfaxcounty.gov/Search/GenericSearch.aspx?mode=ADDRESS. I'm down 30K though my house is old and crappy. It looks like the newer and more up to date houses nearby are at the same price as last year. Which parts of the county are increasing?

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Slight ()
Date: February 22, 2011 02:47PM

I'm up just slightly... townhouse in 22033/Fair Oaks Mall area.

Values History
Tax Year Land Building Assessed Total Tax Exempt
2011 $170,000 $405,160 $575,160 NO
2010 $160,000 $414,000 $574,000 NO
2009 $170,000 $458,510 $628,510 NO
2008 $245,000 $555,880 $800,880 NO
2007 $245,000 $620,470 $865,470 NO
2006 $190,000 $594,720 $784,720 NO

My old house, SFH 20151 Chantilly got a nice 50k boost:
Values History
Tax Year Land Building Assessed Total Tax Exempt
2011 $192,000 $322,400 $514,400 NO
2010 $182,000 $292,410 $474,410 NO
2009 $192,000 $296,740 $488,740 NO
2008 $216,000 $330,600 $546,600 NO
2007 $197,000 $415,810 $612,810 NO
2006 $197,000 $415,810 $612,810 NO

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Ouch ()
Date: February 22, 2011 03:51PM

Mine went up $15k - about 3 1/8%:

2011 $188,000 $285,960 $473,960 NO
2010 $178,000 $280,710 $458,710 NO
2009 $188,000 $320,700 $508,700 NO
2008 $213,000 $348,090 $561,090 NO
2007 $193,000 $406,660 $599,660 NO
2006 $193,000 $419,240 $612,240 NO

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Radiophile ()
Date: February 22, 2011 03:56PM

Mine stayed exactly the same

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: turtle2 ()
Date: February 22, 2011 03:59PM

Down 12%, from 643K to 569K. SFH

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: ah well ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:04PM

+5% in Great Falls. I guess they checked with Willie Sutton.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Math failure ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:14PM

How do you calculate % loss or gain? Say my house was worth $500k and now worth $440k. 500-440=60. Then what?.....Yes I'm a FFX county grad

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: WingNut ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:15PM

They are online here http://icare.fairfaxcounty.gov/Search/GenericSearch.aspx?mode=ADDRESS

I'm up modestly on two, down on another. This won't hurt a bit.


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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: calculate ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:15PM

Math failure Wrote:
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> How do you calculate % loss or gain? Say my house
> was worth $500k and now worth $440k. 500-440=60.
> Then what?.....Yes I'm a FFX county grad


60 is what percent of $500k...

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: turtle2 ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:16PM

Very weird on our street. We're down 12%, The nicest house on the street is down 18%, Another very nice house is up 2% and the crappy houses are basically unchanged or down 1%. Someone in the assessor's office is smoking something....

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Clifton resident ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:23PM

Mine stayed the same from last year.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: I like math ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:24PM

Math failure Wrote:
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> How do you calculate % loss or gain? Say my house
> was worth $500k and now worth $440k. 500-440=60.
> Then what?.....Yes I'm a FFX county grad


Hey man, take $440,000 and divide it by $500,000. You get .88, which is 88%. That means you lost 12% of your value. I am a FFX grad too, and I didn't really learn percents until college. FCPS SUCKS SO MUCH.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: House off of Henderson Rd ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:28PM

Same as last year.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Math failure ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:30PM

>
>
> Hey man, take $440,000 and divide it by $500,000.
> You get .88, which is 88%. That means you lost 12%
> of your value. I am a FFX grad too, and I didn't
> really learn percents until college. FCPS SUCKS SO
> MUCH.

Thanks, I knew it was something like that. They must have taught that on a snow day.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Flight to Quality? ()
Date: February 22, 2011 04:31PM

Many of the assessments in Vienna (at least 22182) and McLean are up considerably. Not sure about the 22180 part of Vienna.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: -SBS-_ ()
Date: February 22, 2011 06:49PM

I like math Wrote:
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>
> Hey man, take $440,000 and divide it by $500,000.
> You get .88, which is 88%. That means you lost 12%
> of your value. I am a FFX grad too, and I didn't
> really learn percents until college. FCPS SUCKS SO
> MUCH.

No, you're just a dumbshit. FCPS is full of problems, but it still prepares you for college better than the vast majority of all school systems nationwide.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: I like math ()
Date: February 22, 2011 07:35PM

-SBS-_ Wrote:
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> I like math Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> >
> > Hey man, take $440,000 and divide it by
> $500,000.
> > You get .88, which is 88%. That means you lost
> 12%
> > of your value. I am a FFX grad too, and I
> didn't
> > really learn percents until college. FCPS SUCKS
> SO
> > MUCH.
>
> No, you're just a dumbshit. FCPS is full of
> problems, but it still prepares you for college
> better than the vast majority of all school
> systems nationwide.


Are your panties in a twist b/c the value of the house you bought around 2006/2007 for an inflated price plummeted into the sewer and you won't be able to sell it until the year 2112?

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: makes no sense ()
Date: February 22, 2011 10:20PM

turtle2 Wrote:
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> Very weird on our street. We're down 12%, The
> nicest house on the street is down 18%, Another
> very nice house is up 2% and the crappy houses are
> basically unchanged or down 1%. Someone in the
> assessor's office is smoking something....


I have a neighbor with an identical model house - about 30 years old. He did a major remodel. He went from the same square footage to 30% more. His assessment is virtually the same as mine. There's no way, even if they are just using computer models, that some of these assessments make sense.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Nehbor ()
Date: February 22, 2011 10:48PM

makes no sense Wrote:
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> turtle2 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Very weird on our street. We're down 12%, The
> > nicest house on the street is down 18%, Another
> > very nice house is up 2% and the crappy houses
> are
> > basically unchanged or down 1%. Someone in the
> > assessor's office is smoking something....
>
>
> I have a neighbor with an identical model house -
> about 30 years old. He did a major remodel. He
> went from the same square footage to 30% more.
> His assessment is virtually the same as mine.
> There's no way, even if they are just using
> computer models, that some of these assessments
> make sense.

Was the additional square footage recorded because sometimes that info is missing and therefore not included in the assessment.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Rambunctious ()
Date: February 23, 2011 12:06AM

We're getting pounded from when we bought, stupid Centreville!

2011 $175,000 $320,610 $495,610 NO
2010 $163,000 $309,570 $472,570 NO
2009 $190,000 $368,530 $558,530 NO
2008 $215,000 $403,190 $618,190 NO
2007 $195,000 $458,680 $653,680 NO
2006 $195,000 $495,690 $690,690 NO

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Ouch ()
Date: February 23, 2011 06:29AM

Rambunctious Wrote:
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> We're getting pounded from when we bought, stupid
> Centreville!

My assessment history looks similar to yours (posted somewhere above). However, I bought my house for about $200k about 20 years ago, so even though the last 5-6 years have been real eye-openers w.r.t "loss" of house value, overall my hous has gained about 150% in value (200==>500).

I can live with that.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Dane Bramage ()
Date: February 23, 2011 07:02AM

Ouch Wrote:
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> Rambunctious Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > We're getting pounded from when we bought,
> stupid
> > Centreville!
>
> My assessment history looks similar to yours
> (posted somewhere above). However, I bought my
> house for about $200k about 20 years ago, so even
> though the last 5-6 years have been real
> eye-openers w.r.t "loss" of house value, overall
> my hous has gained about 150% in value
> (200==>500).
>
> I can live with that.

I consider my house more a place to live than an investment, so being up 8.4% mostly means higher taxes to me. The value will likely increase over long term regardless of the assessment (and higher tax bill). grrr

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Ouch ()
Date: February 23, 2011 07:38AM

Dane Bramage Wrote:
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> I consider my house more a place to live than an
> investment...

Oh, me, too.

That make my house's average 7.5% (simple) interest ROI all that much better. Looking at all the various investments I have, none (at this point in time) have anything close to that on average over such a time period.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: justsayin ()
Date: February 23, 2011 07:56AM

On top of the higher assessments the proposed 2012 budget includes a real estate tax rate increase of 4.7%, 0.955% to 1.000%. Isn't it nice to have to pay for your house all over again every 100 years? In my case it is worse, I'm paying 2% of the amount I bought the house for years ago, so I get to buy it again every 50 years!

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: In the LO ()
Date: February 23, 2011 08:12AM

Unchanged...

2011 $266,000 $473,350 $739,350 NO
2010 $266,000 $473,350 $739,350 NO
2009 $284,000 $464,320 $748,320 NO
2008 $302,000 $552,680 $854,680 NO
2007 $265,000 $614,660 $879,660 NO
2006 $265,000 $579,070 $844,070 NO
2005 $251,000 $321,220 $572,220 NO
2004 $183,000 $321,215 $504,215 NO
2003 $140,000 $321,215 $461,215 NO
2002 $110,000 $321,215 $431,215 NO

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: ammo ()
Date: February 23, 2011 08:36AM

22152 10% gain

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: not moving soon... ()
Date: February 23, 2011 09:19AM

zip 20120...We purchased in 2005 (look at the drop 2007 to 2009, ouch!), and were lucky to get the house for a "low" $350K on a fixed mortgage with a great interest rate (the sale price was about $50K less than comparable homes in our zip at the time because it was in "retro/original" (but great) condition.) It is also a "one of a kind" end unit townhouse with a huge single family home sized lot, which we love!

Our home went up in 2011 ~ no complaints, any upward assessment is good! We don't plan to move in 20+ years, and once the kids move out to college in 10 years, this will be our retirement home, so we aren't so worried.

Land Building Assessed Total

2011 $52,000 $153,060 $205,060 NO
2010 $47,000 $145,240 $192,240 NO
2009 $54,000 $162,110 $216,110 NO
2008 $77,000 $221,670 $298,670 NO
2007 $92,000 $244,950 $336,950 NO
2006 $92,000 $231,740 $323,740 NO
2005 $87,000 $153,120 $240,120 NO
2004 $86,000 $110,955 $196,955 NO
2003 $66,000 $103,090 $169,090 NO
2002 $50,000 $90,910 $140,910 NO
2001 $35,800 $81,950 $117,750 NO
2000 $35,800 $70,050 $105,850 NO

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: ROI ha, ha ()
Date: February 23, 2011 09:25AM

Oh, me, too.

That make my house's average 7.5% (simple) interest ROI all that much better. Looking at all the various investments I have, none (at this point in time) have anything close to that on average over such a time period.


Did you consider maintenance when you figured that 7.5%? A new roof is 5K or more. Paint, plumbing repairs, etc. adds up. Houses are not investments. They are sinkholes for money. Even a brand new house needs landscaping, etc. Cutting down dead trees on my property costs a ton. Even mowing the lawn and mulching the trees needs to be considered. You can't let the property go to hell.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: 20151 ()
Date: February 23, 2011 10:26AM

Up $35K over last years $400K assessment. SFH in Chantilly.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: ummmm yeahhh sureeee ()
Date: February 23, 2011 12:38PM

Rambunctious Wrote:
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> We're getting pounded from when we bought, stupid
> Centreville!
>
> 2011 $175,000 $320,610 $495,610 NO
> 2010 $163,000 $309,570 $472,570 NO
> 2009 $190,000 $368,530 $558,530 NO
> 2008 $215,000 $403,190 $618,190 NO
> 2007 $195,000 $458,680 $653,680 NO
> 2006 $195,000 $495,690 $690,690 NO

Don't blame Centerville. You're the idiot that bought at the height of a bogus market.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: connally ()
Date: February 23, 2011 12:54PM

ummmm yeahhh sureeee Wrote:
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> Rambunctious Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > We're getting pounded from when we bought,
> stupid
> > Centreville!
> >
> > 2011 $175,000 $320,610 $495,610 NO
> > 2010 $163,000 $309,570 $472,570 NO
> > 2009 $190,000 $368,530 $558,530 NO
> > 2008 $215,000 $403,190 $618,190 NO
> > 2007 $195,000 $458,680 $653,680 NO
> > 2006 $195,000 $495,690 $690,690 NO
>
> Don't blame Centerville. You're the idiot that
> bought at the height of a bogus market.


Because Centreville is the next Fairfax County ghetto, in the year 2016 it will be worth $239,000

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: in the market ()
Date: February 23, 2011 02:44PM

22% increase in Falls Church. Time to put the for sale sign out.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Vienna ()
Date: February 23, 2011 03:36PM

17% increase in Vienna.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Shadow ()
Date: February 23, 2011 03:38PM

ummmm yeahhh sureeee Wrote:
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> Rambunctious Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > We're getting pounded from when we bought,
> stupid
> > Centreville!
> >
> > 2011 $175,000 $320,610 $495,610 NO
> > 2010 $163,000 $309,570 $472,570 NO
> > 2009 $190,000 $368,530 $558,530 NO
> > 2008 $215,000 $403,190 $618,190 NO
> > 2007 $195,000 $458,680 $653,680 NO
> > 2006 $195,000 $495,690 $690,690 NO
>
> Don't blame Centerville. You're the idiot that
> bought at the height of a bogus market.

+1

My Centreville property went up in value. Of course, I also bought it well before the crazy upswing of the real estate bubble.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: stillalongwayfromthetop ()
Date: February 23, 2011 04:31PM

22182 zip

2011 $261,000 $418,290 $679,290 NO
2010 $261,000 $387,310 $648,310 NO
2009 $271,000 $412,030 $683,030 NO
2008 $301,000 $522,750 $823,750 NO
2007 $276,000 $547,750 $823,750 NO
2006 $276,000 $547,750 $823,750 NO
2005 $176,000 $547,750 $723,750 NO

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: aly_d ()
Date: February 23, 2011 05:53PM

We're in Vienna 22180 and we had a 4% increase.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: newgatedenizen ()
Date: February 23, 2011 08:25PM

My assessment here in Centreville was up 12.8%.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Bogus market ()
Date: February 23, 2011 09:08PM

Many people bought at the height of the market. How were they to know?

I sold at the height and I also bought up at the height. I feel lucky.

I guess it depends which side you end up on.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Rambunctious ()
Date: February 23, 2011 09:25PM

>
> My assessment history looks similar to yours
> (posted somewhere above). However, I bought my
> house for about $200k about 20 years ago, so even
> though the last 5-6 years have been real
> eye-openers w.r.t "loss" of house value, overall
> my hous has gained about 150% in value
> (200==>500).
>
> I can live with that.

2011 $175,000 $320,610 $495,610 NO
2003 $ 85,000 $259,960 $344,960 NO

I guess I can't complain (too much), we bought our first house in Springfield in 2003 so even though we bought during the late stages of the boom, we made out in Springfield and overall we're up. Problem is that we're looking to move nearer the beltway again (ugh).

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Rambunctious ()
Date: February 23, 2011 09:28PM

ummmm yeahhh sureeee Wrote:
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> Don't blame Centerville. You're the idiot that
> bought at the height of a bogus market.

Duped along with the hundreds of others that moved West to get away from DC. *doh*

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: 20190, 20172 ()
Date: February 23, 2011 09:42PM

20190 down 5%, 20172 no change

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Is it because Reston is a Ghetto? ()
Date: February 24, 2011 01:18AM

22182 Vienna/bordering east side of Reston. Down 4%. I am thrilled, resale values are still reasonably strong, I get a "tax break"!

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Anonymous sock #17 ()
Date: February 24, 2011 02:14AM

Up 5.2% - 22181

FWIW...Percentage change

New minus old...divided by old

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: ThePackLeader ()
Date: February 24, 2011 07:00AM

Our house is down too. Bunch of bastards.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: ThePackLeader ()
Date: February 24, 2011 07:01AM

Is it because Reston is a Ghetto? Wrote:
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> 22182 Vienna/bordering east side of Reston. Down
> 4%. I am thrilled, resale values are still
> reasonably strong, I get a "tax break"!


I'm not far from you in Reston, and yet we also plummeted.

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"And if any women or children get their legs torn off, or faces caved in, well, it's tough shit for them." -2LT. Bert Stiles, 505th, 339th (On Berlin Bombardier Mission, 1944).



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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Seriously? ()
Date: February 24, 2011 07:42AM

Is it because Reston is a Ghetto? Wrote:
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> 22182 Vienna/bordering east side of Reston. Down
> 4%. I am thrilled, resale values are still
> reasonably strong, I get a "tax break"!

Guess it varies neighborhood by neighborhood within zip codes. Some parts of 22182 near Tysons are up more than 10% this year.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Myhouse ()
Date: February 24, 2011 07:59AM

My house:
270k to 293k.
Good?

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Dane Bramage ()
Date: February 24, 2011 11:02AM

It seems that SFH's assessments are increasing while condos and TH remain flat, generally speaking.

We bought (here) and sold (Vegas) in 2005. We then sold our TH and went with a SFH in 2007 before the crazy market meltdown and the Lehman collapse. The purchase in 07 was from a seller who saw things falling apart, with a lot of other homes on the market at the same time. He reduced the price (a lot) to get out of town for a job relo. Considering the transactions we made during the boom, things worked out well. Huge profit in 2005 and minimal loss from the 2005 purchase - 2007 sale, and current home value the same now as when purchased.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: Les ()
Date: February 24, 2011 11:27AM

Market has been distorted by the many bailouts.

two or three homebuyer tax credits
100% loans
3.5% down FHA loans with downpayment assistance
FHA loans to flippers
banks holding back millions of foreclosures
QE
fiscal stimulus

Market values looks bifurcated at the moment. I can buy condos for 1990 prices while others are still ridiculous.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: condo ()
Date: February 24, 2011 11:30AM

It seems that SFH's assessments are increasing while condos and TH remain flat, generally speaking.

My condo in West Springfield (Cardinal Forest) went up in value from $151K to $174K which means if they keep the tax rate the same, taxes will go up $200 a year for me. Not awesome.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: pissed ()
Date: February 24, 2011 01:14PM

mine went up 2.5%; that's after about 10% the yer before last.
Not gonna bother appelaing.
The system is utterly corrupt. The burden is on you to prove they are wrong, and that is very for the averge property owner to do.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: pissed ()
Date: February 24, 2011 01:16PM

pissed Wrote:
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> mine went up 2.5%; that's after about 10% the yer
> before last.
> Not gonna bother appelaing.
> The system is utterly corrupt. The burden is on
> you to prove they are wrong, and that is very for
> the averge property owner to do.

the above should have said: appealing your assessment is very difficult for the average homeowner to do. The system is stacked against you.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: 6X ()
Date: February 24, 2011 01:53PM

Mine are up. That means more taxes. Not liken it.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: inner loop ()
Date: February 24, 2011 04:10PM

Anything inside the beltway saw a double digit % increase this year - some well over 20%. Guess they are right - location, location, location.

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Re: 2011 Assesments out
Posted by: -SBS-_ ()
Date: February 25, 2011 11:39AM

I like math Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> -SBS-_ Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> >
> > No, you're just a dumbshit. FCPS is full of
> > problems, but it still prepares you for college
> > better than the vast majority of all school
> > systems nationwide.
>
>
> Are your panties in a twist b/c the value of the
> house you bought around 2006/2007 for an inflated
> price plummeted into the sewer and you won't be
> able to sell it until the year 2112?


No, just calling a spade a spade. In the same house since 1996, appraised value about 2.3 times what I paid for it, but thanks for caring.

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