Property Taxes and House Values: The Theory and Estimation of Intrajurisdictional Property Tax Capitalization explains the link between property taxes and house values and elaborates public policies that alter property taxes, such as assessment reform and state aid.
This book introduces the concept of property tax capitalization and discusses the importance of tax capitalization for public policy. The topics include the simple algebra of property tax capitalization, inherent econometric difficulties, and household utility maximization problem. The anticipation of revaluation, revaluation in Brockton, and nonlinear two-stage least squares estimator are also described. This text likewise covers the estimates of the degree of property tax capitalization and horizontal equity of tax rate changes.
This publication is recommended for academics, public officials, and homeowners.
Elsevier Science; April 2016
- ISBN 9781483265766
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- Title: Property Taxes and House Values
- Author: John Yinger; Howard S. Bloom; Axel Börsch-Supan; Edwin S. Mills (ed.)
Imprint: Academic Press