How Property Taxes Affect the Purchase of Your Indianapolis Home
Property taxes are generally a huge consideration for homebuyers. In Indianapolis, and the State of Indiana, property taxes are set at 1% of gross assessed value for owner occupied properties. This isn’t the price you pay for the home, it is ...
Posted by Paula Henry on November 4, 2011 in Buyer Resources
Your New Mortgage Payment Info
What happens to your mortgage payment when the taxes change? We’ll look at my daughter’s changes over the last 18 months. In 2008 when the Indianapolis property tax C-bill came out ( the final bill for 2006), it was much less than the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 19, 2009 in Real Estate News
Indianapolis Property Taxes - A Question
This is a week of tax questions. If you have been a reader here for any time at all, you know the Indianapolis property tax issue is a favorite of mine
The following question came from someone who is starting their search for a home in Avon a ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 9, 2008 in Real Estate News
Time to Pay Up - Indianapolis Real Estate Taxes - C-Bill Due
The time has come for the homeowners in Indianapolis to realize the effect of the “stay” on taxes ordered last year by Governor Daniels.
Almost one year ago, the uproar over tax bills could be heard throughout the city of Indianapolis as ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 13, 2008 in Real Estate News
Are Your Exemptions Filed?
I recently spoke with a homeowner who did not have their Homestead Exemptions filed. The impact on their taxes was $600.00 a year. Being in their third year of ownership, this simple process has cost them $1800.00. I don’t like paying more in ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 21, 2007 in Real Estate News