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Bold: North Dakota Considering Property Tax Ban

Haynes1701 Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 9:19 AM
Because of the Property Tax, we do not really "own" our homes. There is always an (exorbitant) amount due. And if it is not paid, whether my mortgage is paid off or not, I can lose my home. So, thanks to the Property Tax, my home is never truly mine, it belongs to the government which allows me to pay "rent" on it yearly.
americathebeautiful Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 9:40 AM
Yes Haynes......if you do not pay your taxes, then your home will go into Tax Sale Auction and that is because a Tax lien is ALWAYS the superior lien against your home. That is the power of government and to think that some people want to continue to give government even more control over us and our lives.

Sick of paying taxes on your home? Well, move to North Dakota and you might not have to anymore. Thanks to a massive grassroots effort, the state has a measure on the ballot today to determine the fate of the property tax.

North Dakota voters will decide Tuesday on the ultimate tax revolt: abolishing the property tax altogether. A citizen-led petition drive has put the daring, all-or-nothing proposal before the voters in a state flush with tax revenue, jobs and prosperity generated by an oil boom.

If the property tax is eliminated, it would be the...