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Q1 2018 Report on Westchester Property Values and Taxes

Q1 2018 Report on Westchester Property Values and Taxes

Posted on Monday, April 02, 2018 by Granite Admin

New property tax laws and the economy have impacted the Westchester housing market. Read up on property values, property taxes, and the Westchester housing market.

Westchester home market still sizzles while bracing for tax hit – Bloomberg
The real estate market in New York's Westchester County, home to the country's largest property-tax burden, has been on a roll. After a tax overhaul that saddles residents with even higher costs, everyone's wondering: Can it continue?

Housing market plateaued in the Lower Hudson Valley – LoHud.com
After several years of fast-paced growth, home sales in the Lower Hudson Valley reached a plateau, according to the 2017 annual and fourth quarter market reports issued by two real estate organizations recently.

How will new 2018 tax law affect home sales – LoHud.com
The new tax law that went into effect made buying homes financially less appealing in a high-cost area such as Westchester and Rockland. But predicting how it could affect the Lower Hudson Valley's housing market isn't that simple.

Tax bill: Some realtors see cooling off, not collapse, of high-end home market – Curbed.com
Agents in the northeast predict tax bill won't stop steady sales of expensive residential real estate.

2018 Best Places to Buy a House in Westchester County, NY – Niche.com
Ranking of best places to buy a house in Westchester County based on home values, property taxes, and Westchester County real estate statistics.