Nice 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, family room, dining area, lake front, boat dock, private road and secluded area, large lot, mature fruit trees, wooded area, private addition.
Annual Taxes: $271
# of Rooms10
AmenitiesCeiling Fan(s),Countertops-Laminate, Countertops-Solid Surf, Deck Open, Detector-Smoke, Disposal, Dryer Hook Up Electric, Garage Door Opener, Range/Oven Hook Up Elec, Storm Doors, Stand Up Shower, Main Level Bedroom Suite, Washer Hook-Up
Lot DescriptionIrregular,Rolling,Slope,Waterfront,Lake,Water View,Wooded,Waterfront-High Bank
Sale IncludesDishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer, Window Treatments, Cooktop-Electric, Dryer-Electric, Kitchen Exhaust Hood, Oven-Electric, Range-Electric, Water Heater Electric
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Dennis and Judy Massey are tremendous people. We are very grateful for their professionalism and extra time and hours they spent with us in selling our home and help in moving. In fact, I'm ready to sell our house and buy another one just so I can work with them!!
What is the Difference between Sale Price & Assessment?
Here is one of the most commonly asked questions at Assessment Notice time: We recently purchased a property, why is it assessed at a different price then the purchase price?
This could be due to a couple of reason:
First, the motivation of the buyers and sellers can affect sale price. Therefore, when very similar properties are sold during the same time frame, a range of sale prices can result. The market value assessment reflects sales in the middle of this range of prices. As a result, the assessment could be higher or lower than a specific selling price.
Second, market values may have changed between valuation day and the date you made your purchase. For example, in some areas, market values have increased since January 1. If this has happened in your area and you have only recently purchased your property, it is possible that your assessment, while representative of your type of home 3 or 4 months ago, will be lower than your purchase price.
The purpose of the assessment roll is not to reflect a single sale price, but to assess all properties at market value on the same valuation date, so that taxation is fairly and uniformly shared.