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
by Stephanie Crosby A new effort by some members of Louisville’s Metro Council would publish the names of property owners who have vacant houses or lots that have fallen into disrepair. Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin says the city has issued citations at more than 17-hundred vacant houses and nearly 600 vacant lots for improper upkeep of… Continue reading Council Members to Publish Names of Cited Property Owners
The Louisville Property Valuation Administrator’s office has been conducting a two-year study of home foreclosures. Spokesperson Donna Hunt says the county saw about 2000 foreclosures last year.