Jackson County Property Tax Spike Redux

Here's local government spin and a preview of an upcoming disaster . . .

Courthouse Just Wants Taste

Jackson County assessment director says property assessments won't be as bad this year as in 2019

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jackson County property owners are beginning to get their property assessments for 2021, and the county's assessment director says people probably won't be as shocked opening their 2021 property assessment as they were in 2019. More than 22,000 property owners appealed their assessment in 2019.

Long Game Tax Warning

Jackson County homeowners will find conservative tax increases this year, but brace yourself for 2023

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Jackson County homeowners will likely breathe a sigh of relief when they open this year's tax assessments. The director of assessments says no residential properties increased more than 15%, which will require a state inspection. Gail McCann Beatty says 85% of all homeowners will see less than a 10% increase in their values.

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