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Originally Posted by trekwars2000 View Post
Lots of great data in your post - thanks!

As a side note, Nevada has a property tax cap. They enacted it back in around 2005. 3% max increase each year for primary residents. Think it's like 9% on investment properties.

I'm new here. Moved here in December from Vegas. Has TX ever even talked about this?
In Texas, there is a Property Tax freeze & additional exemption for Seniors (over-65) who claim a Homestead Exemption. But it varies depending on city/county.

Non-seniors claiming a Homestead Exemption have their assessments limited to a 10% annual increase, I believe.
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