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Hebron Resident: Property Appeals Process Unfair

Friday, January 7th, 2011

New Hampshire Property Appeals Process Unfair
by Frank M. Handibode, Hebron NH
Hey, New Hampshire property owners, get a load of this. The Board of Taxation and Land Appeals (the BTLA) has ruled that if you appeal your assessments to them, it is perfectly okay for a town or assessor to use comparables against you that are [...]

Two standards for taxation of property in NH?

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

In this excellent opinion piece that appeared in Foster’s, former Senator George Lovejoy has asked the all-important question as to why homes are being assessed in many cases for more than they are worth on the current market.
“And here comes the rub: In most cases when a property sells for less than the assessed [...]

Friends and Family Plan III

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

by Ed Naile
Wonder what is going on in the notorious town of Windsor?
Remember that pilonidal municipal cyst created by surveyor mistakes when New Hampshire was created back in the 1700’s – they are still one big mistake after another.
At this year’s Town Meeting the Selectmen had an acolyte read a prepared statement changing the rules [...]

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