What is taxable values uncapping?
Under Proposal A, the year following the transfer of ownership, a property's taxable value is uncapped to equal the assessed value as calculated for that year. A new owner will pay taxes on this value rather than the previous owners capped value.

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1. How can I find out how much I paid in property tax last year?
2. What is the lot size, square footage and year built on a property?
3. When are tax bills mailed and when are they due?
4. How are property taxes calculated?
5. What are assessed value, State Equalized Value, and taxable value? How is the SEV and taxable value calculated on my property?
6. What is taxable values uncapping?
7. Do I have to notify city if I buy property within the city?
8. How do I appeal my assessed or taxable value?
9. What is the process for splitting my lot?
10. Can I pay my tax bill when City Hall is closed?