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What’s the Property Tax Outlook in Las Vegas?

Mansion Global, Tax Talk, April 12, 2018

By V.L. Hendrickson

Every week, Mansion Global poses a tax question to real estate tax attorneys. Here is this week’s question.

Q: I live in Southern California and am contemplating a move to Las Vegas. What are the property taxes like there?

A: “The most frequently asked question I get from people new to Nevada is, “Will my purchase price affect my taxes?’” said Paul Bancroft, an attorney at McDonald Carano, a law firm with offices in Reno and Las Vegas. “Because of the tax cap, the answer is no.”  To read entire article click here.

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