With the city’s Actual Value Initiative still a year away, homeowners in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy can get a look at what they might be paying in property taxes in 2014 right now, thanks to the Inky and the city controller’s office.
The Inquirer has created an interactive map that projects what the city’s taxes will look like under AVI in 2014, broken down by zip code. The map uses information compiled by the city controller’s office.
You can read their full write-up of the tax breakdown here, and you can play with their interactive map here, but here’s how things shake out for the Northwest, according to the map (which I really suggest you play with):Zipcode Tax Average, '13 Tax Average '14 Average Percent Change 19118 $5,588 $5,018
More on AVI in the Northwest:
- How Homes Are Being Valued
- City Council Members Talk AVI