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    Default 2020 Assessments Out

    Whats everyone's damage here? I took an 8% drop

    Will probably barely offset the anticipated 2020 tax increases though...
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    Queue people thinking thier taxes went down....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Queue people thinking thier taxes went down....
    This haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Queue people thinking thier taxes went down....
    haha Assessment being down below average is a good start though!

    Just looked at second property, only down 1.8%. Gonna get butfucked on that one with the property tax increases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Queue people thinking thier taxes went down....
    Every year, no matter how many times it's rehashed and explained.

    Also queue the people who think this is the tax bill.

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    For anyone interested that needs a link.

    https://assessmentsearch.calgary.ca/

    Edit: Any way to see 2019 numbers for a place you don't own? I only vaguely remember what it was last time I looked. I think it was a 10% drop. Also in our 3 unit building this used to be the middle valued unit and now its the lowest by 20k which is interesting.
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    Over 10% drop. Now the bank "owns" me. Which is precisely the situation I want to be in. They can't kill me off if they want to collect on their debt.
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    Anyone ever file an ARB before? Thinking about doing one this year ( Hence my heightened level of interested in the assessments this year lol ).

    Bought a place with sales price nearly 20% under assessed value so I think I might actually have a leg to stand on. Prize is definitely big enough to be worth the effort and the $45 ( yea tis $45 now ) fee.

    I have no idea what to include, but i think a bunch of curated neighborhood stats on similar homes from HonestDoor could help me here.
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    Down 4%, don't really care lol

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    There was a really good thread on reddit where a guy outlines what to expect include cases that the city will likely use and the associated rebuttals. It's a lot of work tbh.
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    The city deliberately doesn't provide you with year to year stats so you cannot compare. The lack of transparency is deliberate.

    My house is 15% down, which is kind of funny. I thought it was a touch high last year, so some drop was expected. This seems to be on the low side of what I'd guess now. Doesn't really matter, Nenshi will get his money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    The city deliberately doesn't provide you with year to year stats so you cannot compare. The lack of transparency is deliberate.

    My house is 15% down, which is kind of funny. I thought it was a touch high last year, so some drop was expected. This seems to be on the low side of what I'd guess now. Doesn't really matter, Nenshi will get his money.
    Enter... Honest Door. Has assessment values and sale values for damn near every home in Calgary going back to 2012. The assessment guys are going to hate this website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    For anyone interested that needs a link.

    https://assessmentsearch.calgary.ca/

    Edit: Any way to see 2019 numbers for a place you don't own? I only vaguely remember what it was last time I looked. I think it was a 10% drop. Also in our 3 unit building this used to be the middle valued unit and now its the lowest by 20k which is interesting.
    You can use this site https://data.calgary.ca/dataset/Prop...6zp6-pxei/data to look up those values as well as previous years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Rural_Juror View Post
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    Over 10% drop. Now the bank "owns" me. Which is precisely the situation I want to be in. They can't kill me off if they want to collect on their debt.
    As of 2020, this is the exact same stance I have taken. You sir, are a genius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Enter... Honest Door. Has assessment values and sale values for damn near every home in Calgary going back to 2012. The assessment guys are going to hate this website.
    Ahh forgot about that, thanks! So our place lost 6.5%
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    I heard on CBC that a 2% drop in value = 7% more taxes than last year.

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    https://www.calgary.ca/PDA/Assessmen...alculator.aspx

    I believe the above link takes into account changes in Council decisions in the winter and is likely a pretty accurate assessment of your 2020 Taxes dollar for dollar. Its just not official yet.

    With my 8% assessment drop my TIPPS payment is bang on from last year.
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