Parkland Taxable Home Values Increase For 2nd Year In A Row
Taxable Home Real Estate Home Values Increase For 2nd Year
More exciting real estate news for Parkland and Broward County homeowners! I have been writing article for the past 8 months expressing that our local Parkland and South Florida real estate market is rebounding. Inventory is low, and demand is high!
More proof that the Parkland real estate market is getting stronger came when the 2012 Estimated Tax Values from the Broward County’s Property Appraiser’s Office were recently released projecting that 2012 tax roll values would “remain relatively flat.” But, in particular, the City of Parkland, Florida was one of the few municipalities that actually toped the list for a 4% estimated taxable increase in home values for 2012.
Parkland Mayor Michael Udine was quoted as saying: “What’s important here is that the residential property has increased in Parkland showing continuing confidence in the market and the values that Parkland can offer to its residents.” The result of property values increasing will continue to help stabilize and even help grow the City of Parkland. Buyers are flocking to our city in order to take advantage of the many features and benefits and live the Parkland Lifestyle. Parkland’s City Manager, Caryn Gardner-Young, was elated when she heard about the news. “There’s a draw to Parkland because of its ambiance and home town feeling and the fact it is a very well-run city.”
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