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Encinitas Ranch Homes For Sale: Exploring The 5 Distinct Neighborhoods of Encinitas Ranch

Welcome to Encinitas Ranch! Consisting of five distinct neighborhoods totaling over 500 homes.

The neighborhoods are:

QUAIL RIDGE on the north end

37 RANCH ROAD

QUAIL HOLLOW

DEVONSHIRE

-and the entire south mesa area, including HILLTOP, THE LINKS, BRAEMAR and CONCORDIA.

Each beautiful neighborhood is linked by a system of well lit walking trails, which in turn are linked to the City of Encinitas trails bordering the golf course and Indian Head Canyon, a popular hiking destination for San Diegans.

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Encinitas Ranch Homes For Sale
A Golfers Dream:
Encinitas Ranch homes and golf course are located on a magnificent sweep of bluffs that keep the ocean in sight from all over. There’s really only one course in San Diego (host to that US Open tournament) that offers a setting at all similar.

The coastal setting is only a small part of the story at Encinitas Ranch. The Southern California golf course layout is appreciated by golfers of all abilities: With five sets of tees, open fairways and few bunkers, everyone has a chance to post their low score when they play Encinitas Ranch.

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How to lower your property taxes

How to lower your property taxes

House and MoneyDespite home prices in major urban centers decreasing 31 percent between 2005 and 2009, property taxes across the U.S. increased by nearly 20 percent. There is good news, however; homeowners can fight back.

Making sense of the story

– Homeowners should keep in mind that property taxes do not always correspond with home values, because local governments typically don’t measure values every year and some have limits on annual property-tax increases.

– As a result, current property taxes might reflect the home’s value when the market was healthier. According to the Congressional Budget Office, property-tax adjustments lag behind changes in home prices by an average of three years.

Although homeowners cannot change their property-tax rate, which is set by the local government, homeowners can get their assessment lowered if they appeal to their local assessor.

One key to a successful appeal is fact checking the assessor’s work. About half of all successful appeals come from homeowners pointing out an error in the assessor’s description of the home, according to one property tax expert.

– During the appeal process, which is similar to a less-formal court hearing, homeowners may present their case to several local officials or representatives. The simplest way to convince officials that a property has been incorrectly valued is to provide evidence of the sales price of homes that are comparable to the property being discussed. This should include square footage, amenities, and neighborhood characteristics. Sale documents and photos of the property in question, as well as the comparable properties also should be brought in.

– Homeowners who have made improvements or substantial changes to the property should be cautious about appealing an assessment though, as it could have negative effects and actually increase the property’s value and, in turn, the property taxes.

From Aug 25th, 2011. C.A.R’s Market Matters
Reprinted with permission of the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

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Oliver, Sam, Sandro

The Home Team

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