Tax / Law

Property Tax Assessment – Appeal Deadline Approaching

September 5, 2017

The deadline for appealing your property tax assessment notice is September 7, 2017. That leaves you just 2 days to… Posted by – The Molnar Realty Group on Tuesday, September 5, 2017

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How Accurate Are St Joseph County Tax Assessments?

March 8, 2016

If you own a home in St. Joseph County, there’s about a 15% chance you could cut your property tax bill in half by appealing the assessed value of your home. Everyday, I see homes for sale at prices dramatically different from the tax assessed value. I’ve often had buyers tell me about the great deal they are getting and sellers […]

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Free Help Appealing Your St. Joseph County, Indiana Property Tax Assessment

November 17, 2009

Editor’s note: Effective 11/26/09, I am closing new requests for assistance with appeals. If you have registered for assistance I’ll contact you by the end of the week with a report. After writing about the recently mailed tax bills for St. Joseph County, which also served as notices of re-assessment, I’ve heard from a number […]

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St. Joseph County Property Tax Bills Viewable Online

November 13, 2009

St. Joseph County recently mailed property tax bills for the “2008 pay 2009” tax year. Payments are due December 11, 2009. I’ve heard reports of odd assessments and straightforward errors showing that the system needs further refinement. But the online search allows only 30 queries per IP address, which is not enough for any real study to […]

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$80,000 is the New Black or How to Use the Stimulus Plans Tax Credit on South Bend Housing

February 27, 2009

Housing Tax Credit First Time Homeowners Incentive  Stimulus Plan’s Home Buyer Credit $8,000  Whatever you call it, the Federal Housing Tax Credit in the recent economic stimulus package is raising interest from first time home buyers. Housing is now so often in the news that much of it is reduced to background noise. But this […]

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