2011; $151,300 - Guilford County real estate revaluations occurred as of January 1, 2012, the day after 2011
2012; $140,300 - Representing 2012 year end values from 2014's State of the City Report"
When interest rates go down, homebuyers can buy more house with the same payment.
If Interest rates went down, and stayed down, and prices have gone up, why would Debbage's reported values fall when interest rates got even better by the end of 2012?
Are these numbers from Guilford County?
Why would the North Carolina Realtors Association Say the average cost of a home in the Triad rose from $129,114 in January, 2012, to $135,293 in January 2013, if the "State of the City" report says values in Greensboro fell?
Why would the North Carolina Realtors Association Say the average cost of a home rose from $151,396 in 2012, to $154,063 in 2013, if the "State of the City" report says values in Greensboro fell?
Why would fellow Debbage UNCG associate Don Jud's work directly contradict Debbage's?
Number and Prices of Existing Homes Sold, 1997.01 – 2012.12 (Seasonally Adjusted)
If Guilford's January 1, 2013 State Sales Ratio was 99.36, meaning North Carolina's Department of Revenue, Property Tax Division thought real estate prices were 0.64% less than the year before, the $151,300 number should have fallen by about $968.
How did who figure $140,300, a loss of 7.27%, if the state said they fell less than 1%?
What an amazing coincidence; City of Greensboro real estate values spiked before revaluation and then went back down.
On the 2012 Greensboro & Guilford County Real Estate Tax Revaluation Assessment
An information request Guilford County never answered
Jeff Phillips on Revaluations: "County budget sleight of hand"
George Hartzman on Guilford County and Greensboro Property Revaluation and Real Estate Assessments
Search Directions to Compare Greensboro and Guilford County Real Estate Revaluation Assessment Outcomes
An interesting conversation between George Hartzman and Jeff "Fec" Martin on Guilford County's Property Revaluation process
If 4203 West Friendly Avenue just sold for $110,000, why was Guilford County's Tax Assessment $82,800 higher?
If 31 Creswell Court just sold for $317,800, why was Guilford County's Tax Assessment $94,200 higher?
If 1901 Market just sold for $225,500, why is Guilford County's Tax Assessment $64,300 higher?
If 401 Sunset Drive just sold for $1,725,000...?
If 1 Sailview Cove just sold for $965,000, why is the Guilford County Tax Assessment $268,200 higher?
Robbie Perkins 2012 Property Assessments for Tax Revaluations Fell $828,099 on Real Estate Holdings of $14,703,001
Another Guilford County Real Estate Metric that does not comport with the County's 2012 Real Estate Tax Revaluation
TREBIC's Marlene Sanford: "Guilford County 2012 Property Tax Revaluation"
Guilford County Information Request (never provided)
Highly unusual 2012 Guilford County, NC Real Estate Revaluation Outcomes Relative to the County's 2012-13 Budget
If 6632 Bobwhite just sold for $425,000, why was Guilford County's Tax Assessment $84,000 higher?
On Guilford County and City of Greensboro Property Revaluations: Some numbers that have not been refuted since June 13, 2012
Guilford County expects $500,000,000 of real estate revaluation appeals
"Did county consider foreclosures properly?"