Multi-lot Discount (Presentation)

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Old Law; New Law (with changes highlighted); Summary of changes; and Summary as provided by department of revenue.

Excerpt from Old Law:

Notwithstanding the requirement that real property is required by law to be appraised at fair market value for ad valorem tax purposes, when undeveloped acreage is surveyed into subdivision lots and the conditional or final plat is recorded with the appropriate county official, the county assessor shall appraise each lot as an individual property and then discount his gross actual market value estimate of the developer's lot holdings under the following conditions...

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