The New Mexico Supreme Court on Monday upheld a state law capping residential property tax valuation increases until a home changes ownership.
Critics of the law contend it causes “tax lightning” for new homeowners when the valuation of a house is reassessed for market value. The property taxes for new homeowners can end up much higher than their neighbors who’ve lived in a house for many years.
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