The Missouri State Tax Commission set aside a St. Louis County Assessor’s residential real estate tax assessment on appeal reducing the fair market (appraised) value of the subject property from $728,700 ($138,460.00 assessed value) to $675,000 ($128,250.00 assessed value). The property owner appealed on grounds of overvaluation and discrimination, after the St. Louis County Board of Equalization affirmed the St. Louis County Assessor’s real estate assessment on the subject residential property.
Case Reference: Johnson v. Brooks, Tax Appeal 09-10300
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