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Old 09-15-2013, 12:08 PM   #85
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Ok tell my wife that the tax rate for a new mh of 150000 is going to be taxed
150x1.5= 225$ yes

Or am I not seeing it... Here in Suffolk live or Portsmouth store it
@1.5% that would be $2250.
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@1.5% that would be $2250.
Those pesky decimal points!
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Old 09-15-2013, 07:22 PM   #87
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@1.5% that would be $2250.
Lol that is funny how I missed that, my wife must be right I am getting old
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Old 09-15-2013, 07:29 PM   #88
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Ohio is: Sales tax ONCE, then $49.50 per year for plates. That's it, nothing more.
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Old 12-28-2013, 04:40 PM   #89
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Has anyone just received their property tax bill? We just got ours it was assessed at 10.50 % and the value went up about $40,000 over last year. Last year we were assessed at 6%. Help.
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Old 12-28-2013, 05:12 PM   #90
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Has anyone just received their property tax bill? We just got ours it was assessed at 10.50 % and the value went up about $40,000 over last year. Last year we were assessed at 6%. Help.
Just paid mine. We transferred tags from our 2003 to a 2011 in August. Still based on 6.5% (10.5% is for vehicles in general), as it is considered our second home. Valuation actually surprised me. But not as much as when we upgraded 8 years ago. Both times I was expecting it to be higher.

Check to confirm it is still listed as a second home (I presume it was before because you indicated 6%). If not, pursue it with the assessor's office. You can also appeal the assessed value by getting a valuation from a dealer (in writing), and going to the assessor.
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Old 12-30-2013, 08:40 PM   #91
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Arkansas, PPT on eight (8) vehicles including '05 Mtr hm, less than $250/YR. Five (5) vehicles $12.00 each FOREVER. Antique plates,'75 or older. Other vehicles $28/YR, including mtr hm. BUT WE DON'T NEED ANY NORTHERNERS!!!!!!!!! OH I almost forgot, one time forever for non house trailers.
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Old 12-31-2013, 01:51 AM   #92
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Has anyone just received their property tax bill? We just got ours it was assessed at 10.50 % and the value went up about $40,000 over last year. Last year we were assessed at 6%. Help.
I am also in SC but a different county, which makes a difference. My tax went down compared to last year but I did not notice or even know that it could be assessed at a different percentage as a second home vs. vehicle. Now I need to find the bill which was paid weeks ago.
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Arkansas, PPT on eight (8) vehicles including '05 Mtr hm, less than $250/YR. Five (5) vehicles $12.00 each FOREVER. Antique plates,'75 or older. Other vehicles $28/YR, including mtr hm. BUT WE DON'T NEED ANY NORTHERNERS!!!!!!!!! OH I almost forgot, one time forever for non house trailers.
Everyone please continue to VACATION in FL, so we can avoid having an income tax, personal property taxes, etc. The mouse is waiting!!!
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Has anyone just received their property tax bill? We just got ours it was assessed at 10.50 % and the value went up about $40,000 over last year. Last year we were assessed at 6%. Help.
First...VA was terrible...was never so glad to leave a place, and being retired military, I left a lot.

WRT raising your value, I would check out the appeals process. Everyplace I'm aware of has an appeals process. They obviously don't understand a depreciating asset, with home in its name, as opposed to a S&B that increases in value. Did you auto go up in value by 15-20%?
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Just paid mine. We transferred tags from our 2003 to a 2011 in August. Still based on 6.5% (10.5% is for vehicles in general), as it is considered our second home. Valuation actually surprised me. But not as much as when we upgraded 8 years ago. Both times I was expecting it to be higher.

Check to confirm it is still listed as a second home (I presume it was before because you indicated 6%). If not, pursue it with the assessor's office. You can also appeal the assessed value by getting a valuation from a dealer (in writing), and going to the assessor.
I too live (and pay taxes) in SC and don't understand how you have the motorhome as a second home for PPT. It is licensed as a motor vehicle and I just checked my PPT receipt which is a vehicle tax receipt very different than my S&B real estate property tax receipt.

Can you point me to some reference that shows SC motorhomes should be taxed as homes and not personal property vehicles?

My tax did go down considerably from last year but the PPT on the MH is still much more than what I pay on my S&B, which cost much more than the MH.
Maybe I should just be glad my real estate property tax is so low!
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I too live (and pay taxes) in SC and don't understand how you have the motorhome as a second home for PPT. It is licensed as a motor vehicle and I just checked my PPT receipt which is a vehicle tax receipt very different than my S&B real estate property tax receipt. Can you point me to some reference that shows SC motorhomes should be taxed as homes and not personal property vehicles? My tax did go down considerably from last year but the PPT on the MH is still much more than what I pay on my S&B, which cost much more than the MH. Maybe I should just be glad my real estate property tax is so low!
You have the option to claim it as a second home, as long as you don't already have a second that you claim. It has been several years (2000) since I went through the process, but as I remember it I had to fill out a form at the DMV. For each of my last three coaches I just transferred tags. They seemed to just continue devaluation based on the previous coach (at least on the last two). As long as your RV is fully self contained it qualifies. I'll do a little looking at the DMV website to see if I can find it again.
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You have the option to claim it as a second home, as long as you don't already have a second that you claim. It has been several years (2000) since I went through the process, but as I remember it I had to fill out a form at the DMV. For each of my last three coaches I just transferred tags. They seemed to just continue devaluation based on the previous coach (at least on the last two). As long as your RV is fully self contained it qualifies. I'll do a little looking at the DMV website to see if I can find it again.
That's amazing. It sounds a lot like the same criteria used to claim the interest paid on a RV loan as deductible interest on the federal tax forms.

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That's amazing. It sounds a lot like the same criteria used to claim the interest paid on a RV loan as deductible interest on the federal tax forms. Rick
Essentially the same.
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