Assessments relatively steady around the Kootenay Boundary

Kootenay Columbia  Assessment notices are coming out this week, and for the most part locally market values as of July 1st 2016 held relatively steady compared to the previous year when it comes to single family residential properties.

Deputy Assessor for the region Ramaish Shah says there are some markets that have moved more than others including Nelson, which saw a 30-thousand dollar increase year to year.

Other active spots include Kaslo, Nakusp, and Grand Forks where values went up 20-thousand dollars or more.

The Village of Silverton saw a 16-thousand dollar decrease in current assessed values compared to the previous year, while New Denver was down 10-thousand.

Head to www.bcassessment.ca for details.

Property owners with concerns, can also submit a notice of complaint by January 31st for an independent review.