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For example, if the balance of a property owner's mortgage was $300,000 and the property owner negotiated a short sale to a third party for $260,000 with the lender's agreement to waive the deficiency, the property owner could have $40,000 of ordinary taxable income resulting from the short sale.
They must decide whether to target the most-affected areas, or open the program up to any property owner who qualifies.
But as is so often the case, recovery of endangered nonhuman species in Washington threatens to make human property rights extinct, and key decisions have been made without input from the endangered property owners.
While the nature of the deprivation determines which definition is used, fair value generally is considered to give the property owner the most fair and equitable treatment in an involuntary transaction, a taking or a conversion of the property.
In 2003, Gennaro scored an unprecedented victory when he successfully challenged the board's proposed rate hike, saving property owners millions of dollars.
Forest Service is making "willing sellers" of property owners by threatening to take their land through condemnation if they don't willingly sell their property to the government.
Do private property owners have a cause for concern?
But as such regulations, especially those ostensibly intended to protect wetlands and endangered species, affect average property owners and business operators, hundreds of gross-roots private property organizations and inholders groups are fighting back.
Some of the leading brokerage firms and commercial property owners in New York have agreed to participate.
StrollAway is an online forum that connects motivated property owners in disaster-affected areas with real estate investors.
the property owner may qualify for a charitable contribution deduction for federal income tax purposes.
QUARTZ HILL - If Quartz Hill property owners approve building a storm drain through their community's downtown, it could cost them between $255 and $730 a year, officials said Wednesday.

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