Revaluations by the numbers
â€¢ 290 neighborhoods consisting of 19,591 residential properties
â€¢ 143 neighborhoods consisting of 10,517 properties had revaluations in excess of the county average 26 percent.
â€¢ 147 neighborhoods consisting of 8,782 properties had revaluations below the county average.
Neighborhoods With Highest Increases
â€¢ White Oak Condos, 95 properties in Carrboro around Fidelity St. off of Main St. â€” 46.77%
â€¢ Stateside, 43 properties in Chapel Hill off MLK between Orange Baptist Church and Timberlyne Shopping Center â€” 44.04%
â€¢ Rangewood, 73 properties in Carrboro off N.C. 54 between Poplar Ave. and Jones Ferry Road â€” 43.60%
â€¢ Homestead Village, 62 properties in Chapel Hill off Homestead Road near Sewell Elementary, Smith Middle and Chapel Hill High schools â€” 42.86%
â€¢ Camelot Village Condos, 109 properties in Chapel Hill off South Estes Dr. and across from University Mall â€” 41.85%
Neighborhoods With Lowest Increases
â€¢ Braddock Park, 30 properties in Hillsborough off U.S. 70 at Scotswood Blvd. â€” 1.50%
â€¢ Governorâ€™s Grove, 34 properties in Cedar Grove off Gov. Scott Road between Efland-Cedar Grove and Mill Creek roads â€” 1.27%
â€¢ Northern Heights, 41 properties in Hillsborough off U.S. 70 at Rainey Ave. â€” 0.99%
â€¢ North Dixie, 68 properties in Hillsborough off U.S. 70 at Rainey Ave. â€” (0.01%)
â€¢ La Mesa, 70 properties, Timberlake off N.C. 57 at Bacon Road (2.92%)
Source: Orange County Tax Assessor
1 thought on “Highest and lowest increases in revaluations”
This is excellent data, however the title using the term “drops” is misleading. A 1.5% increase is still an increase. I know, details…..
Thanks for the info.
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