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Older Americans see the biggest property tax spikes in these cities

Recent data from Lending Tree reveals which cities are seeing the largest surge in property tax bills between 2019-2021. First is…

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  1. Shannon, is there a way to get a printout of Episode 769 – Older Americans see biggest property tax spikes in these cities?


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