As the owner of two houses in Scottsdale and one in Glendale, Walter Juessen probably knows more than most about real estate in Maricopa County.
Even so, he finds himself surprised by a property-tax system that seems to him at odds with common sense.
Two years ago, Juessen appealed the valuation of his Glendale house after finding that taxes on that property were proportionately higher than in Scottsdale.
In some ways, his experience reflects that of many others who challenge their property valuation in the county: He lost his appeal.
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