The Board of Supervisors adopted a new tax rate for Loudoun County on April 1st. The new real estate tax rate is $1.14 for every $100 of a home's assessed value. This is the highest rate for Loudoun County since 1981. The rate in 2008 was 96 cents. Even with the higher tax rate, the Board of Supervisors said the county's public school system will fall short of what the School Board said it needed from county tax dollars. Homeowners won't be happy with the higher rate because most homes would sell right now at a price far lower than the assessed values from Loudoun County.
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Tanya talks about the real estate market in general as well as specific to real estate agents, buyers and sellers in Loudoun County, Virginia.