The time to file for the Local Board of Assessment Appeal has been extended to June 7, 2016. However, any property owner who wishes to be heard at the LBAA must first have conferenced with the Jefferson County PVA.
PVA Online Conferencing closed May 16th at 4:00 PM.
Grace Schneider, @gesinfk 2:31 p.m. EDT April 18, 2016 Buy Photo The latest report on local real estate sales shows strong sales during the year’s first quarter and continued pressure because of low inventory.(Photo: CJ file photo)Buy Photo The latest … Continue reading
By Tre Pryor | April 6, 2016 3:46 pm For most of the past 12 months, home sales in Louisville have surpassed the previous year. Several of these (see February) did so spectacularly! There were 916 properties sold in Jefferson County in … Continue reading
The real estate business has continued to pick up in 2016, according to numbers recently released by the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors. In February alone, home sales rose 22.3 percent, with 1,062 homes and condos sold. For … Continue reading
Lexington, Ky. – LG&E and KU is warning customers of a new phone scam using a recording the utilities’ automated phone system to make the scam sound more authentic. LG&E and KU never calls customers requesting phone payments. In an effort to help … Continue reading
Phillip M. Bailey, @phillipmbailey 4:10 p.m. EST February 23, 2016 Buy Photo A vine moves up the chipped paint walls at 649 28th Street where the residence has been marked and set for emergency demolition.(Photo: Alton Strupp/The Courier-Journal)Buy Photo At … Continue reading
Neighborhood sees slow development alongside residential return to inner city. Check out this story on courier-journal.com: http://cjky.it/1XA0UQd
SHELDON S. SHAFER The Louisville-area sale of homes and condominiums rose 2.8 percent in January, a 2.8 percent increase over January 2015, the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors has reported. The association tracks sales in Jefferson, Oldham and Bullitt counties. … Continue reading
SHELDON S. SHAFER @SHELDONSHAFER Home buyers are demanding move-in ready residences. And the inventory of homes for sale is extremely low, a trend that is likely to persist. Those are among the predictions for the 2016 Louisville-area housing market newly … Continue reading