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Detroit NEZ property taxes : Is there a limit to the rate of increase of annual property taxes in the city of Detroit? i.e. for an apartment in an NEZ expiring 2021 (current rate ~$500/year), if the market rate (selling price) is $400,000, does this mean the property taxes will be $11,260 / year (2.815%), or is there a possibility of the assessed value increase being less than the assessed value? I'm just finding it hard to understand why anyone would live in Wayne County and Detroit with the high property tax rate, and city income taxes. Thanks. Full Article
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