EventosJulio 7, 2020Faculty: Albina Aleksienė, Sarmīte Barvika, Paul Bidanset, Andrejs Birums, Aldis Bukss, Riël Franzsen, Rita Pētersone, Ronald Rakow, Enid Slack, Tambet Tiits, Alija Turlaja, Joan Youngman
Co-Sponsors: Riga Technical University, State Land Service of Latvia
This workshop provides an opportunity for public officials in Latvia to hear presentations from academic experts and practitioners in valuation, law, and economics.
The Pandemic, The Property Tax, and Municipal RecoveryRevista Land LinesJunio 2020By Liz Farmer, June 16, 2020
Local governments are still learning what the COVID-19 crisis will mean for their revenues over the next year. In large part, the answer will depend on what part of the economy they rely on for their...
Fifty-State Study Shows Property Tax Inequities from Assessment Limits Continue to GrowRevista Land LinesJunio 2020By Will Jason, June 10, 2020
In states with property tax assessment limits, disparities in tax bills between new and longtime homeowners continued to grow, according to the annual 50-State Property Tax Comparison Study by the...
EventosMayo 18, 2020Moderator: Daphne Kenyon
Speakers: Julie Underwood, Laura Ullrich, Lynn Moak
This webinar series explores the experience of three states that have enacted various types of property tax limitations and the efforts taken to ensure continued adequate funding for public education.
Detroit Tries New Approaches to Tax Assessment and CollectionRevista Land LinesAbril 2020By Liz Farmer, April 2, 2020
Like many U.S. cities, Detroit suffered a housing collapse during the Great Recession. The crisis delivered a serious blow to the city’s already struggling revenue stream. Unlike other cities,...
EventosMarzo 26, 2020
This event provides an opportunity for current David C. Lincoln Fellows to share their research on land valuation methods and receive feedback from valuation practitioners and other experts.
Cities Seek Higher Payments in Lieu of Taxes from NonprofitsRevista Land LinesMarzo 2020By Liz Farmer, March 4, 2020
At a recent rally in front of Baltimore City Hall, activists sang, chanted, and otherwise voiced their view that the city’s major nonprofit institutions weren’t “paying their fair share” of property...
Revista Land LinesFebrero 2020Editado por Katharine Wroth
En este número, exploramos la eliminación de la zonificación unifamiliar en Minneapolis, el potencial de financiar la infraestructura verde mediante captura de valor, el impacto...
Cómo sortean los municipios los cambios en el panorama de las tiendas minoristasRevista Land LinesFebrero 2020Por Gregory Scruggs
Durante décadas, los centros comerciales fueron una gran fuente de renta local por impuestos a la propiedad y a la venta. Pero ahora están perdiendo inquilinos y los medios anuncian un...
Targeted Taxes Pose Challenges to Equity, Economic GrowthRevista Land LinesEnero 2020By Liz Farmer, January 23, 2020
Cities that feel hamstrung by property tax caps are increasingly using alternative approaches to taxing real estate, with the goal of eking out more revenue and, in some cases, changing behavior. But...