Update! Real Estate Property Tax to Remain Unchanged in Fairfax County

On May 12th, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved the Fiscal Year 2021 budget.   They chose to keep spending levels the same as the FY 2020 budget because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. 

In April, a revised budget was proposed from the original presented in February (which included a 3% increase in Real Estate Tax rate) which took into consideration the effects of COVID-19 on the economy.  The FY 2021 budget approved this month has a Real Property Tax Rate of $1.15 per $100 of assessed value…the same rate in the FY 2020 Budget.  So, the current tax rate will also not change through the rest of this calendar year.

Click here to read the full FY 2021 Adopted Budget Package.

Current market conditions during COVID-19 are very similar to PRE-COVID-19…it still pays to be a seller, and buyers in many cases are still competing with multiple offer situations for homes priced correctly. But there remains opportunities for sellers AND purchasers given the historically low interest rates.

The Belt Team has been successfully and safely navigating the COVID-19 market for our buyer and seller clients this spring. So, if you need to sell your home, contact us NOW (703-242-3975) to help get your home ready and to make sure you don’t miss out on this market!  If you need to buy a new home, it is very important to work with an experienced agent who has adjusted to the COVID-19 situation and make your home buying dreams come true! 

Click here for an INSTANT online estimate of your home’s market value. Then give us a call at 703-242-3975 for a detailed, personalized review. We’re happy to assist will ALL of your real estate needs!

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