Truly Agreed, 2015


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SCS HCS HB 613, 2015    (Amended Section - Proposed Language)

137.076. 1. In establishing the value of a parcel of real property the county assessor shall consider current market conditions and previous decisions of the county board of equalization, the state tax commission or a court of competent jurisdiction that affected the value of such parcel. For purposes of this section, the term "current market conditions", shall include the impact upon the housing market of foreclosures and bank sales.
     2. In establishing the value of a parcel of real property, the county assessor shall use an income based approach for assessment of parcels of real property with federal or state imposed restrictions in regard to rent limitations, operations requirements, or any other restrictions imposed upon the property in connection with:
     (1) The property being eligible for any income tax credits under section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended;
     (2) Property constructed with the use of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development HOME investment partnerships program;
     (3) Property constructed with the use of incentives provided by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development; or
     (4) Property receiving any other state or federal subsidies provided with respect to use of the property for housing purposes.

For the purposes of this subsection, the term "income based approach" shall include the use of direct capitalization methodology and computed by dividing the net operating income of the parcel of property by an appropriate capitalization rate not to exceed the average of the current market data available in the county of said parcel of property. Federal and state tax credits or other subsidies shall not be used when calculating the capitalization rate. Upon expiration of a land use restriction agreement, such parcel of property shall no longer be subject to this subsection.


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