The shaded areas of this map show which neighborhoods have been reassessed by Fayette County Property Valuation Administrator David O’Neill. For most people, the reassessment will increase the value of their house, therefore raising their property taxes. O’Neill said a booming real estate market has caused the biggest increase in property value since 2008.
The shaded areas of this map show which neighborhoods have been reassessed by Fayette County Property Valuation Administrator David O’Neill. For most people, the reassessment will increase the value of their house, therefore raising their property taxes. O’Neill said a booming real estate market has caused the biggest increase in property value since 2008. Chris Ware cware@herald-leader.com
The shaded areas of this map show which neighborhoods have been reassessed by Fayette County Property Valuation Administrator David O’Neill. For most people, the reassessment will increase the value of their house, therefore raising their property taxes. O’Neill said a booming real estate market has caused the biggest increase in property value since 2008. Chris Ware cware@herald-leader.com

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