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If Greensboro's Assessed Valuation per Square Mile only went up 1.84% from 2006 to 2012...?

...why did Guilford County Property Tax Assessments on residential real estate rise 1.5%, after housing prices crashed?

Source: Don Jud, UNCG
Notice the 2006/2007 home prices were by far higher than at any time since the 1990's.
"Greensboro’s available property valuation growth, measured both in terms of per capita and per square mile, is the lowest among peer cities for FY 2011-2012 compared to FY 2006-2007.

...assessed value of all taxable property per square mile has only increased by 1.8% compared to peer cities that have seen increases of 8-42% in FY 2011-2012 versus FY 2006-2007. In FY 2011-2012 the City of Greensboro had the second lowest assessed valuation per square mile of all the comparison cities and the lowest percentage increase of assessed valuation per a square mile of all five cities."
If Forsyth County/Winston Salem, North Carolina's tax assessed values fell about 8% between 2009 and 2013, how did Guilford County/Greensboro values rise 1.5% between 2004 and 2012, as the City of High Point's property assessments fell 3%?

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