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Mon Jul 20, 2015
Margotnovak answered:
How do I request a reassessment for my 2014 tax bill after homeowners exemption was deducted my 2015 tax bill?
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Sat Nov 2, 2013
Bryan Sweeley answered:
This is happening a lot as the new Property Tax bills are arriving in everyone's mailbox.

I just investigated this for a past client. We found that the Assessed Value had declined in 2009-2011 and was now rising. The Prop 13 law sets limits on the annual increase, based on the original purchase price. So there can be a greater than 1% jump this year as they recover from previous declines. Pretty unlikely that they are wrong, but you should visit the Assessor's office just to be sure. ... more
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Sun Jul 1, 2012
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Tue May 8, 2012
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
I haven't used them but have used Chamberlin in Campbell. Are thinking about a career in RE? I'm happy to talk to you about my experience after 25 years in the business.

www.reschool.com/education/index.html

Also my Keller Williams Cupertino colleague Charlie Krackeler is great.

http://www.charliekrackelerpresents.com/educationcenter.aspx

Just Call 408-252-8900 if you want to talk.
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Tue May 8, 2012
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Hi Tiffany:

Congrats on having a big lot and exploring the fact iff you can split it.
Kudos to looking into "property development".

A great site is : http://www.cupertino.org/index.aspx?page=274

Your lot would have to be a tleast 12K plus.


Residential Zoning Districts
Single Family (R1)- Detached homes on minimum lot size of 6,000 sq. ft.
Duplex (R2)- Detached homes with two units under same ownership on minimum lot size of 8,500 sq. ft.
Multi-family (R3)- Attached homes such as tri-plexes, four-plexes, townhomes, condominiums or apartments.
Residential Hillside (RHS)- Detached homes on uneven or hilly terrain.
Residential Cluster (R1C) - Small lot development.

You should be just fine. http://www.trulia.com/blog/perry_mistry/

Perry
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