Posts Tagged ‘property taxes’

District Line Daily: Camera Cash

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The District's ubiquitous traffic cams are paying off. Speed camera revenue more than doubled in 2012 [...]

D.C. Property Assessments By Neighborhood

Attention property owners! For your reading pleasure, here is the newly released assessment figures broken down by neighborhood. Until you get your personal tax bill, occupy yourself by crunching these numbers:
2011 Assessment for Residential Properties
Commercial data after the jump.

City Property Assessments Drop by 6 Percent

The assessed value of city property has dropped by about six percent since a year ago, the Office of Tax and Revenue announced this morning.
But the news might not be great for homeowners looking for a break on their upcoming tax bills: Most of the drop is due to falling commercial property values; residential properties [...]

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