More than 280,000 homeowners in Clark County could see their tax bills go up this year.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that’s almost half of the county’s homeowners. But real estate experts warn that higher property valuations don’t necessarily mean that the economy is rebounding. In many cases, county appraisers assessed those properties too low last year when the market was in a free-fall, and they now must make corrections. The deadline for Clark County residents to appeal assessed property values is Tuesday.