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    Up a couple %. Thats without the "Climate impact" tax I'm sure will come on property tax assessments in 2023.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr2mike View Post
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    Happy to see the burden isn't all on inner city (like every other year) from what I can tell.
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    Bought in May. Assessment was 13% over sale price. Just revised to 2% over sale price.

    I'll take it.

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    damn. 21% Increase this year. Last year it was down 13%.

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    Up 6.6%. Probably higher than market value, but not so much that it's worth my time to dispute.

    Overall, I'm no more or less impressed with the CoC than I was before (still think they're a bunch of inept parasites).

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    Ours went up by roughly $30k. Not going to fun come tax time.

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    Not as high as some of you get. Around 5%.

    I wonder the higher assessment is to offset lack of revenue from the core.

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    Up by $41k which is pretty close to market value based on the last few houses that sold around me. Still sucks though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtrema View Post
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    Not as high as some of you get. Around 5%.

    I wonder the higher assessment is to offset lack of revenue from the core.
    Well, that and the spending. Gotta get that Quebec religious rights support money from somewhere.

    Anticipate seeing consistent (larger) increases in taxation rate too. Rocky View County, here I come.

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    +3.8%

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    Donít worry guiz. The literature Gondek sent me says my tax bill totally isnít going up.*


    *Unless it does
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    guessing who I might be, psychologizing me with your non existent degree.

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    glad im not the only one who read that and said wtf

    up 8%

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    Up 8.8% from last year... I'm not looking forward to the tax increase.

    This City Council has fewer fiscally responsible Councillors on it than the previous one, so taxes will increase.

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    Have to pay for 24/7 security outside their homes some how.

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    Down 2% inner city duplex

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    Up roughly 10%. Ouchers
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    Town of Blackfalds: 327980 assessed = $3711.75 in taxes.

    For comparison:

    CoC = $2337.94

    CoE = $3040.70

    CoRD = $3,267.76

    Lacombe = ~$3600.00

    Sylvan Lake = ~$3000.00

    Wetaskiwin = ~$4100.00

    Beaumont = ~$3200.00
    Time keeps moving on and on and on
    Soon we'll all be gone.

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    That is at least two data attributes away from being useful information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marsh View Post
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    Up a couple %. Thats without the "Climate impact" tax I'm sure will come on property tax assessments in 2023.
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    Ours went up by roughly $30k. Not going to fun come tax time.
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    Don’t worry guiz. The literature Gondek sent me says my tax bill totally isn’t going up.*


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    Up 8.8% from last year... I'm not looking forward to the tax increase.

    This City Council has fewer fiscally responsible Councillors on it than the previous one, so taxes will increase.
    Incoming!!

    https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/council-a...2022-1.5842202

    Avg +3.8% for all the wealthy real estate owners.
    I also love how Gondek doesn't even have the ability to speak to media first about this announcement.
    Must be worried about covid increases lol

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