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Gas, Coal Play Large Part in Value Spike

January 30, 2013

Marshall County is undergoing a transformation, evidenced by a property value increase of nearly $1 billion in just two years....

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mikeyd

Jan-30-13 8:01 AM

if our properties are "truly" worth more then show us the money.we'll sell it to you.if you don't make an offer then we'll chalk that up to the fact that you don't really think it's worth it[and once again are lying to us].rental properties are the only ones increasing in value and that's only until the drillers leave.unless HUD approved people move in later.they pay well also[but that's also paid for by the working group].the working people are tired of being stripped by these no good politicians out to ruin us.you all stink.

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boxerboy

Jan-30-13 8:24 AM

Kessler noted that home owners experienced a decrease in the value of properties while industrial investment went up.

I wish it were so. It would be a blessing to see any part of my real estate tax obligation go down rather than up. Unfortunately, with the $50-per-year tax add for public busses and the $50-per-year added tax for Cameron High School, the trend is upwards.

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dyingov

Jan-30-13 10:55 AM

Boxhead, you did give me a good laugh today!

You don't like paying more in taxes...yet love the federal goberment excess spending!

Soon you will get a chance to pay more federal tax....

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