Thursday, 18 May 2017 09:09

Property Taxes can Limit Real Estate Fraud

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Mark Edghill, managing director/broker at Key West Real Estate, speaks about the impact that the reimplementation of property taxes could have on the local real estate market. Edghill, who is the Vice President of the Association of Real Estate Agents (AREA), said it is important that property owners and sellers understand the property tax legislation and the impact that fraud could have on them.

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