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property tax

noun as in charge on what is owned

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She supports Measure A, the property tax increase for affordable housing, but said she has not yet decided whether to support Proposition 15.

The older one might go down a penny or two to outcompete the other, but the price is not determined by their property tax rate, it is determined by the market rate.

A house or a shopping mall or hotel would only go up in value 2 percent every year, at most, and thus the property tax on it would barely budge.

When the property tax bill didn’t arrive in August, his wife, Lena, drove to the city clerk’s office to ensure the payment was on time.

A $900 million affordable housing bond will be on the November ballot despite some predictions that the property tax measure might collapse amid a pandemic that already swallowed up a transit tax measure.

They then permit each school district to use its local property tax to raise additional funds as they choose.

It launched Nixon, Reagan, the great populist property tax revolts.

She opposed a property-tax freeze for seniors and pushed public-safety unions to reduce pension packages.

The city's gambling tax now takes in more than its property tax.

Records also show that Castro had fallen behind in his property-tax payments beginning in 2010.

But ministers were induced to propose the continuance of the property-tax for a further period.

Another is a more rigid enforcement of the personal-property tax; but this is equally unpromising.

Wolsey needed the sum of eight hundred thousand pounds, and proposed to raise it by a property tax of twenty per cent.

Such property tax is not a personal and direct, but an indirect tax.

To these must be added in a suburban community water tax, property tax, perhaps even a fire tax.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to property tax, such as: personal property tax, and real estate tax.

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