Daily NAPTA Update 6.23.2023

Posted by Diane Macri | Jun 23, 2023


Senate Approves Bill Requiring Countywide Property Tax Reassessments Every 5 Years
Introduced by Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton and Sen. Elizabeth “Tizzy” Lockman in March, House Bill 62 seeks to make Delaware's education funding more dynamic and equitable by ensuring that the underlying property tax system that supports public schools is both fair and accurate.


Petition led by Rick Becker to get measure on ND ballot to eliminate property tax
Homeowners often complain about property taxes. Someday soon, they could be paying a lot less — in fact, nothing at all. That's because there's a petition circulating to get a measure on the ballot to do away with property tax — for good. Whether you're a first-time home buyer or someone with multiple properties, property taxes can be spendy.


DFW Office Sales Plummet, Still Ranks 9th in Nation
The Real Deal
Office sales plunged in the first two months of 2023, but Dallas-Fort Worth is still performing well compared to other major markets. From January to February, office sales in DFW amounted to $227 million, down 80 percent from $1.1 billion in the same period in 2022. 

UCAD telling taxing entities of president's residency issue
Uvalde Leader News
The Uvalde County Appraisal District is investigating whether Javier Flores, president of the board of directors, is violating the state's residency requirement. Chief appraiser Roberto Valdez said the taxing entities “are being advised of the issue.” The Texas Tax Code, Sec. 6.03, requires that individuals serving on the board of directors to be a resident of the appraisal district and must have resided for at least two years immediately before taking office.

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