Asked by Melissa T, Lexington (and Northern VA) • Wed Jul 9, 2008
I have been browsing real estate in zip 40502 and comparing listings to the "net taxable values" on kentucky.com's Fayette Co. property records. These (tax) values are extremely low - listed values for properties on the market are 30%-100% higher. (I live on the Harrodsburg corridor and my "net taxable value" is exactly what I paid last year and my assessment and taxes are higher than my neighbors with similar homes). Is it correct to assume I would save on taxes by moving to 40502 (Glendover, Chevy Chase, etc.)? Why is this difference so marked? In other words, why are these assessments so low?
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