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Ant Gant, Home Owner in Worcester, MA

why are the taxes so high? i see homes where the tax doubled from 11-12?

Asked by Ant Gant, Worcester, MA Sat Jul 7, 2012

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Auburn’s school budget took effect July 1. About $15.4 million would come from property taxes, which will increase about 5 percent this year. That means a homeowner with property valued at $150,000 would pay $66 more in taxes for the year.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 9, 2012
we have been looking at some homes in auburn. the tax jumps are incredible from 2011-2012.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jul 8, 2012
I can't speak about a specific home without know more, but some reasons taxes can double are additions, new construction, improvements to the existing home. Also not that the taxes would double, but some communities like Brookline have homeowner tax exemptions as there is a high percentage of rental property.
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