Tens of thousands of Louisville homeowners will soon be getting new property value assessments and most of those them will be lower. Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator Tony Lindauer says assessments are down about five percent in the southwestern end of the county, and ten percent in much of west Louisville, the Shively area, and… Continue reading PVA: Many Property Values Lower, But Upswing Has Begun
Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator Tony Lindauer says he’ll begin a crackdown this week on property owners who are illegally claiming a homestead exemption. Nearly 300 people came forward during an amnesty period that ended July 30.
By Rick Howlett Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator Tony Lindauer has launched an amnesty program for homeowners who are improperly claiming a homestead exemption on their property. The homestead law allows Jefferson County homeowners age 65 and older to exempt $33,700 in property value from taxes. Lindauer says many people who inherit property fail to… Continue reading PVA Announces Amnesty Program
By Rick Howlett Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator Tony Lindauer says housing values in Louisville were basically flat in 2009 in a market that previously saw homes appreciate by an average of three percent annually. Lindauer released his annual State of the Real Estate report at a press conference in Portland, one of many west… Continue reading PVA Releases 2009 Real Estate And Housing Report