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NEZH Certificates in the City of Detroit

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David Durham

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I'm working on a house in the Boston Edison District. Public records from the city website has two different parcel id's and legal descriptions. Each legal description references the other parcel id number. Both reference the same lot.

I'm assuming one of the parcel numbers indicates it is receiving the tax break, is this correct?

I'm planning on putting both id's and legals in the report, is this correct?

I have a call in to the city but any insight on the way the different id numbers and legal descriptions break down would be appreciated.
 

lizhorvath

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Parent or Child parcels after split?
What is an NEZH Certificate?
 

Narkissos

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David, you are correct. The additional legal usually states the time remaining and the rate at which the property is tax.

i.e. Certificate No. Beginning December 30, 1999 And Ending December 30, 2011 Taxes Spread At 1/2 The Average State Wide Millage Rate In Accordance Act 14 1992 -zzz-xx-xxxx-zzz For Land Value
 

David Durham

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Thanks for link.

My legals are a little different then your example.

#1)

I.D. 0800XXXX
N CHICAGO BLVD 3XX BOSTON BOULEVARD SUB L29 P23 PLATS, W C R 8/130 50 X 167.50 NEZH CERT #2006-1571, NEZ PARCEL #2706XXXX.

#2)

I.D. 2706XXXX
N CHICAGO BLVD 3XX BOSTON BOULEVARD SUB L29 P23 PLATS, W C R 8/130 50 X 167.50 NEZH CERT #2006-1571, AD VALOREM PARCEL #0800XXXX
 

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Here is a link of the historical zones in Detroit.http://www.cityscapedetroit.org/Detroit_neighborhoods.html

Wow... does that link bring back memories... in it's day, Detroit was an awesome city... as a youngster, I lived in the Oakman/Grand River area... use to ride my bicycle down to Olympia to catch a glimpse of the hockey players coming and going into the arena ... on the way home, I'd always stopped for a Saunders hot fudge sundae across from the Beverly Theater... those were the days!
 

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Yeah not quite like that anymore, now you have to go down early to avoid trouble...trouble being from a bunch of different sources.
 

davetheappraizer

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David,
I have a identical situation.
What did you end up doing and how did it turn out?
Do I include both IDs and Legals, or what?
Thanks!
 

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Dave,

Yes you include both parcel id#'s, legals... Do some research and find out the length of the abatement, the rate.....

You will need to verify the status of the comparables considered, the impact the abatement has if any....

http://www.ci.detroit.mi.us/finaccessors/nez.htm

What zone is the subject property located in??

I perform appraisals in many of the historical districts of Detroit on a regular basis.
 
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The property is south of Joy and east of Schaefer.
It's also been foreclosed, it's an REO appraisal.
 
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