This year is the third conscutive year that property values in Broward County have risen, announced Broward County's Property Appraiser Lori Parrish, last month.
This is clearly a good sign that the real estate market in Broward County is rebounding.
The county is planning on increasing the property tax roll this year for the coming tax roll year 6.41%, but for Cooper City and Davie it will be over 7%.
So as property values in Cooper City and Davie grow, the property taxes will go up again too.
Homeowners, especially in Cooper City and Davie should plan ahead and expect higher property taxes as soon as this year. In August of each year, homeowners receive the preliminary tax proposal, in October the tax notes are mailed and property taxes are due by the end of November each year.
Anyone who is planning on selling a home in Cooper City or Davie, FL in the near future, should consider to get the home sold before the higher property taxes will affect them.
Since Cooper City and Davie are among the number one places in Broward County to live for home buyers, who usually are looking for areas with great public schools, low crime rate, and good infrastructure, and inventory of homes for sale is generally low, it is a great seller's market.
Also many owners may have regained equity in their properties, due to the steadily rising home prices, thus are able to sell a home, making a sizeable profit these days. For more information on how to get your home in Cooper City or Davie sold, call Jackie Birnbaum PA, your no. 1 realtor when selling a home in Broward County, today at (305) 519-7471 or visit www.BestBrowardHomes.com