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2019 Property Assessments are now available!

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Assessments up a bit in most areas

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Assessments mostly flat, Church Hill and Union Hill see increases

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Assessments up across the area

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Me: Just bought my first house!
Richmond: We’re increasing your expected tax bill over 30%.

Bill Hartsock
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Bill Hartsock

Up 5.5%

Paul Granger
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The assessments along Fairmount are mind-blowing. Assessment decreases/increases for our house on Fairmount:
2012: -$8000
2013: -$11,000
2014: +$7000
2015: +$6000
2016: +$7000
2017: +$6000
2018: +$6000

2019: +$49,000

A $49,000 increase in assessment in a single year; these major jumps will not be good for our neighbors on fixed incomes.

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@chpn Do you know if any increases in tax assessments that have occurred in the east view neighborhood/Whitcomb? I’m having trouble with the city of Richmond website. East view isn’t church Hill, but John used to cover this neighborhood, since it’s so close to church Hill north. Thanks

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Most states have a limit on the amount a parcels property tax can increase year to year if the parcel hasn’t changed hands (sold). This can be a limitation on millage increases, assessment increases, tax increase, or some combination of these. Is VA one of those states or is VA one of the few states without a limitation?