As per the TA's weekly report of July 13th 2015 " The initial indication is that the overall valuation is up roughly 1% over 2014. Initial indication is that about 25% of property values went up, 45% stayed the same and 30% went down. However, this is a preliminary indication only and subject to change based on my review of the values, continuing analysis and the results of informal hearings. The hearings are scheduled for August 4-10. After the Tuesday review, any further changes will be made and then letters listing preliminary values will be mailed to taxpayers. Property owners will be able to schedule an informal hearing either by calling Vision or scheduling an appointment on-line through Vision. Vision will hold the hearings at Town Hall along with holding phone hearings for those who cannot attend in person, and also review of correspondence sent to me with pertinent information before the hearing dates. "
My property was one of the ones that went up and by 7%. Somewhat surprising considering that sales around the village area have been fairly stagnant and two neighboring homes on the market have not sold in the past year or so.
As a follow up to a previous post, the old State Police/School House on the little pond in the village was purchased by the Moultonboro United Methodist Church. That is good news. The building is currently being used by another church and I'm sure that the MUMC will find a good use for the property. Wouldn't it be great to see people ice skating on the pond in the winter?