Wow! That is no good!
This is a discussion on Down to only three handguns. within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well I got my property tax bills in again this year and wow they were big. So I had to sell 5 more guns today ...
Well I got my property tax bills in again this year and wow they were big. So I had to sell 5 more guns today and that makes 9 in the last two months. I am now down to my Glock 26, Kel-Tec P3AT and my Colt Government Model in 38 Super/9mm. The one thing I made sure of is to keep my main two carry guns. I have the Colt posted on Armslist here in NH and may sell that one to if I get a buyer. It sucks paying these hi property taxes. I just wanted a good place to rant so I posted here. Thanks for forum guys as this is about the only thing I do besides shoot and work.
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Wow that sucks.....You need to save more money during the year cause you cant keep selling those guns
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I would suggest moving to a state where property taxes are much lower and then buy MORE guns............
Geez -- how do your taxes go up when property values are sinking? I live in FL and my taxes are down again this year. Low taxes are good, but low property values are not.
He's in NH... a blue state... (jk)... in this day and age, I too would be buying and not selling...
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Sorry to hear about your situation.
I live in Florida and my property taxes are up slightly this year too.
High property value is only advantageous if you want to sell or take out a loan on the property.
Hang on to your wallets! As the economy gets worse the cities and counties will be looking for more funds to ease the shortfall. I predict increased property taxes throughout the nation.
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the less u got in ur name the better off u are nowadays.....things just keep going up here in North Carolina, in my county they devalued our houses and went up on the tax rate. So our taxes stayed the same this year but they laid the ground work to rape us all next year....NC is all abt fees, taxes, fines. We have the highest gas prices in the south because of taxes at the pump...
The police are not there to protect you from crime, they are there to arrest the guy after the crime has been committed, assuming they find him. It is your responsibility to protect yourself and your family.
Well since your nickname is Two Guns you only have one more to sell....
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