Daily NAPTA Update 12.06.22

Posted by Diane Macri | Dec 06, 2022


B.C. property assessments higher, but market has changed, warns assessor
Vancouver Sun
B.C.'s property assessment agency is warning homeowners that figures released next month estimating the value of their home will probably be higher than the current market price. B.C. Assessment says in a statement that most owners can expect to a five to 15 per cent rise in values when notices are issued Jan. 3.


Property tax hikes of 20 percent in some North Side neighborhoods
Loop North News
With the unprecedented late December 1 arrival of the second installment of 2021 property tax bills, many North Side Chicago homeowners will be shocked to see rent hikes of 20 percent or more.


Tax exemption could be pulled from Barber-Scotia College, Channel 9 learns
Barber-Scotia College, a historically Black college in Concord, has faced declining enrollment since losing its accreditation in 2004. The college has been exempt from paying property taxes due to being used for educational purposes.


Ransomware attack limiting some Travis Central Appraisal District services
The Travis Central Appraisal District was hit with a ransomware attack Monday, affecting several services. The phone lines and online chat services are down, according to a TCAD release. Property tax bills and payments are unaffected. The TCAD website and online property search tool is also unaffected, the release said.

Dallas Central Appraisal District hack still causing issues, tax bills may be delayed for thousands
Nearly one month after hackers shut down the Dallas Central Appraisal District in a ransomware attack, DCAD has notified the City of Dallas that it will still be more than a week before it can launch a new limited website.

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