Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:I don't know the answer to one or two but for 3 the county should send the information to your mortgage company and they should adjust it. You shouldn't need to contact them.
jimjom wrote:@Ben Klingston, same here -- same boro and everything. I had an appeal on a Tuesday morning in April and went by myself with no lawyer. I came prepared with photographic evidence of why my house should be assessed at a lower value including photos of the busy road I live on, photos of all of my supposed comparables that ALL have more square footage and living space than mine, and I got turned down via a letter in the mail.
I didn't appeal it, it's just a waste of time IMO, the reassessment people were hired to be adversarial to home owners and are nothing more than hatchet men and women.
The escrow will automatically go up, you don't have to tell your mortgage people anything. Sucks that we didn't make the three mile move into Washington County when we were looking at houses.
cheesesteakwithegg wrote:I just moved to Bethel in May, so I guess that I should expect a letter saying that they area re-assessing my house?
columbia wrote:Speaking of Bethel Park..I grew up on this street:
http://www.homes.com/property/851-frede ... 022872531/
People really pay that much for houses in BP?
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