New York Makes It Easier for Nonprofits to Convert Hotels to Apartments
A new bill in New York City could bring relief for owners struggling in either the hospitality or multifamily industries.
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Renewable Energy Market: Investor Considerations
In addition to traditional utilities and large developers, investors outside of the traditional energy companies are increasingly entering the renewable energy market. What tax implications do these developers need to consider?
Flight-to-Quality Boosts Dallas Office Market
Rising values are projected for Dallas-area office properties. The market posted decreasing vacancies and rising development activity in the second quarter of 2022. More than 1.5 million square feet was leased; 1.2 million were Class A offices.
Los Angeles Transfer Tax Hike Goes to Voters
Sales of high-end commercial and residential property in Los Angeles will be hit with an added 4% tax if a November ballot measure passes. Proceeds would be earmarked to help fund affordable housing.
Are You Overlooking Tax Minimization Opportunities for Your New York City Property?
Winning appeals in New York City requires a deep knowledge of the market and a unique approach, including a history of relationships with the various assessing and reviewing agencies. Do you have the provider for tax minimization?
Virginia Data Center Owners and Operators Assessment Methodology Changes Are Coming
The pandemic significantly changed the data center industry, and Virginia is home to the largest data center market in the world. How are property tax implications impacted?
2023 Colorado Commercial Property Tax Reassessment: Are You Prepared to Navigate the Appeal Process?
Do you own property in Colorado? Join our experts on October 6 for an in-depth discussion on the upcoming revaluation.
Wyoming Independent Power Producers Now to Be Locally Assessed
The Wyoming House and Senate rejected a bill that would retain central assessment by the state of property of independent power producers (IPPs). How will this impact power producers across the U.S.?
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