A Success Story of Property Tax ReformRevista Land LinesSeptiembre 1999Manuel Perló Cohen
The case of Mexicali, the capital city of the border state of Baja California, Mexico, stands out as a good example of successful property tax reform in the 1990s. In only a few years the local...
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Revista Land LinesAbril 2012
Preferential assessment of rural land has become a central feature of property taxation in the United States. Governors and state legislatures need to pause and consider whether various proposed...
This Year’s Big Idea: Unlocking the Value of LandRevista Land LinesOctubre 2018By Lincoln Institute Staff
Land value capture was rich food for thought at the Daniel Burnham Forum on Big Ideas at the American Planning Association Policy Conference in Washington, DC.
The Case of Santo AndreRevista Land LinesSeptiembre 1998Jeroen Klink, Luis Carlos Afonso, and Irineu Bagnariolli Jr.
In Santo Andre and all Brazilian cities, the value per square meter of land is fixed by law, thus hindering the capacity of the city administration to tax real estate property according to its market...
One Step Forward, Two Steps BackRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2000Frank Kelly and Jeff Wuensch
The property tax in Indiana has long generated considerable public policy debate, centering on the methods prescribed by the state to determine property values. Most states use some form of market...