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Rising property taxes filling US cities' revenues

Collection at fastest pace since housing crash, helps to end era of budget cuts
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 06:00

[WASHINGTON] Property tax collections are rising at the fastest pace since the US housing market crash sent government revenue plunging, helping end an era of local budget cuts. In cities including San Jose, California, Nashville, Tennessee, Houston and Washington, revenue from real estate

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