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  1. Fifty-State Study Details Growing Tax Breaks for Longtime Homeowners

    Comunicados de prensa
    Junio 25, 2019
  2. New homeowners face tax disadvantage in many U.S. states: report

    Comunicados de prensa
    Abril 17, 2018
  3. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy updates signature property tax resource

    Comunicados de prensa
    Marzo 14, 2018
  4. State-by-State Property Tax at a Glance

    Data Visualization
    Visualización de datos
    Febrero 2018

    This data visualization tool allows users to compare a wide range of property tax statistics and key features of each state’s tax system. The companion narratives provide valuable context on the history of property tax systems and recent developments.

  5. Report details how and why communities should allow monthly property tax payments

    Comunicados de prensa
    Enero 18, 2018
  6. Scenario Planning

    Scenario planning is structured decision making. It can be used to understand the interconnectivity or interdependency of various urban and rural systems, anticipate unintended consequences, or educate the public on tradeoffs.
    Visualización de datos
    Noviembre 2017

    The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is working with a wide array of partners to create the Consortium for Scenario Planning, a new initiative to help prepare professionals in urban and rural areas...

  7. The Place Database

    Visualización de datos
    Octubre 2017

    The Place Database is a map of the United States that uses the PolicyMap platform to visualize the latest available data for dozens of indicators, ranging from housing affordability to brownfield...

  8. Judge Martha Blood Wentworth of Indiana named Tax Judge of the Year

    Comunicados de prensa
    Septiembre 15, 2017
  9. Book provides first overview of property tax in Africa

    Comunicados de prensa
    Junio 26, 2017
  10. Lincoln Institute releases annual 50-state property tax report

    Comunicados de prensa
    Mayo 18, 2017

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