Washington DC History Resources

Matthew B. Gilmore

2015 DC Real Property Assessment Change

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Here are a couple of maps to illustrate the change in real property tax assessements for residential and commercial properties in the District of Columbia.

Commercial assessments show striking upticks in Fort Lincoln and Spring Valley, Forest Hills, Riggs Park, and Takoma Park.
Residential assessment climbed in the changing neighborhoods west of 16th Street NW: Petworth, Columbia Heights, Brookland, LeDroit Park, Woodridge, and the sharpest jump in Trinidad.

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Class2assessment Class 2 (click to enlarge – big map)

All the actual numbers are here, from the Office of Tax and Revenue:
Click: 210526863-D-C-Assessments-2015

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One comment on “2015 DC Real Property Assessment Change

  1. Pingback: District’s residential property assessments grew by 6 percent | Washington DC History Resources

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