3 Surprises That Can Wreck New Homeowners' Budgets

3 Surprises That Can Wreck New Homeowners' Budgets
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In the 10 or so years that my husband and I have been in our home, our property taxes have increased by about $8,000. Worse yet, from our first year in our home to our second, our tax bill went up about $2,000 when the town reassessed our home. When you buy a home, don't just look at its current property tax bill -- also look at its tax history.

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