Woodbridge,VA Homeowners - Are your Real Estate Taxes too high?
Last week Erick Blackwelder with Exit 1st Realty shared this great information about Woodbridge property tax reassessments.
Property Tax Reassessments Woodbridge Virginia
Your Can Lower Your Property Taxes With A Computerized Value Analysis You Can Show To The Tax Assessors
You Are Paying Way Too Much Tax Right Now So Get Your FREE Value Analysis
You Get Instructions Telling You How To Use Your FREE Analysis To Lower Your Property Taxes RIGHT NOW
When property values skyrocketed 2000-2005, the county reassessed your property taxes higher and higher.
Property values are back to 2002 levels and holding steady.
Don't pay taxes based on your home's 2005 value... show the county tax office your home's 2010 value so you can get an instant tax cut.
All you need is a computerized Broker's Price Analysis (BPA) showing recent sales in your neighborhood.
For example, pretend for a moment that 2005 prices in your neighborhood were $600K-$640K in 2005. Similar homes in your subdivision are selling now for $450K-$495K.
Prince William County is constantly reassessing existing homes one-by-one, so you could still be paying taxes based on 2005 values when, in fact, you should be paying lower taxes based on 2010 values.
You Can Get A FREE Computerized Brokers Price Analysis (BPA) Right Now Via Email And Save Hundreds Or Thousands Of Dollars
Send your first and last name, plus your property address to THIS ADDRESS and you'll get your 2010 BPA and a copy of your county tax record via email within 48 hours.
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Erick Blackwelder or Peggy James of Erick and Company - Exit 1st Choice Realty, Woodbridge VA. Realtors®, call 703-590-2252 list your property for sale or to purchase a property in Lake Ridge, Westridge, Old Bridge Estates, River Falls, Middle County, Cannon Bluff, Meadowbrook Woods, Blooms Crossing, Manassas Park, Beaver Creek, Hunter's Ridge, Brittany, Manassas, Montclair, Dumfries, Occoquan, Dale City, Nokesville, or anywhere in Prince William County.