GOOD NEWS SB 0540 (2017) – WRITE YOUR SENATORS

Good news!  Yesterday, Senate Bill 0540 (2017) was introduced by Senator Tonya Schuitmaker, and the Bill has been referred to the Committee on Local Government.  Senate Bill 0540 updates the statutory definition of a “transfer of ownership” for … [Read more...]

APOLOGY-LATEST EMAIL UPDATE

Our sincere apologies to our subscribers who received an email last Friday with an outdated blog post from our website.  Our blog uses a computer program to send out news items to subscribers, and that program was automatically activated last week, … [Read more...]

PUBLIC ACT 310 NOW EFFECTIVE!

PUBLIC ACT 310 NOW EFFECTIVE! Public Act 310 of 2014 (HB 5552) was passed and signed by Governor Snyder in October, 2014. This new law created another exemption from the “uncapping” of property values for property tax purposes on transfers of … [Read more...]

PUBLIC ACT 497 NOW EFFECTIVE!

Public Act (PA) 497 was passed and signed by Governor Snyder in December, 2012, and created an exemption from “uncapping” of property values for property tax purposes on transfers of ownership of residential property (including vacation property) if … [Read more...]

UPDATE ON PUBLIC ACT 497 OF 2012-UNCAPPING TRANSFERS OF PROPERTY

On December 16, 2013, the Michigan State Tax Commission issued Bulletin 23 which deals with transfers of ownership of real property and the impact on taxes assessed on transferred property.  The State Tax Commission is a 3 member agency appointed by … [Read more...]

Public Act 497 of 2012 – Transfer of Ownership Update on Real Property Taxes in Michigan

On December 28, 2012, Michigan Governor Richard Snyder signed new legislation which will have a significant impact on the way Michigan residential property (including vacation property) is assessed for property taxes [Public Act (“P.A.”) 497].  This … [Read more...]

New Legislation on Michigan Property Taxes

UPDATE on Real Property Taxes in Michigan. On December 28, 2012, Michigan Governor Richard Snyder signed new legislation which will have a significant impact on the way Michigan residential property (including vacation property) is assessed for … [Read more...]