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Inside This Issue: Pennsylvania Population Trends Mirror Employment Changes Since 2000; Pennsylvania Schools Can Tax The Land On Which Billboards Stand, Appeals Court Says; Five Reasons Pa.'s School Property Taxes Are So Hard To Kill; 'Implausible' Retail To Warehouse Conversions Emerging; Where Are Cap Rates Going In The Four Core Property Sectors? ...Click HERE to READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Inside This Issue: After The Retail Apocalypse, Prepare For The Property Tax Meltdown; Goldman Sachs Believes the US Economy Will Slow to a Crawl Next Year But the bank sees scant risk of recession, suggesting the current period of growth will become the longest in the country’s history next year; Pittsburgh Mills Property Owners Could Get Hit with $5.4 Million Bill...Click HERE to READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Inside This Issue: Bankrupt Bon-Ton Stores Inc. May Be Revived and Reinvented; Hempfield Schools, Homeowners Square Off Over Property Tax Assessments; Big Tax Hikes Impact Commercial Properties; Hard Lessons (Thanks, Amazon) Breathe New Life Into Retail Stores; Court Decision Unlocks New Outlet for Taxpayers to Appeal Property Assessments...Click HERE to READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Inside This Issue: Cumberland County remains the fastest-growing PA County; Legislation Seeks to Bar 'Spot Assessments' of Properties; The Store's Still Open, But Please Tax It As If It Were Vacant; Declining Occupancy, Rent Growth Spreading to Top Tier of Best-Located US Retail Properties; State and Local Income, Sales and Property Taxes All Hit Records in 2017... Click HERE to READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Inside This Issue: Lancaster, York metros among hottest real estate markets; Property Tax Likely Here to Stay in PA... Here's Why; Passage of Pennsylvania Measure Buoys Supporters of Property Tax Reform; Department Stores Reinvent Themselves for a New Retail Age; Charming Charlie Files for Chapter 11, Plans to Restructure Store Portfolio...Click HERE to READ THE FULL ARTICLE