Charlotte values vaulting

Property values up 24 percent in Charlotte County

Despite the damage inflicted by by Hurricane Charley, the assessed value of all real property in Charlotte County increased 24 percent over last year.

Charlotte County Property Appraiser Frank Desguin set the base of taxable property at $16.1 billion. This figure is quite remarkable considering approximately $1 billion of value was removed from the tax rolls due to hurricane damage.

Hurricane or not, land values increase [Sun-Herald]

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