Tax shock as residents see bill rise by 24.56%

Most departments decided against large rises in taxe foncière for property owners this year but four stood out, with Hautes-Alpes raising its bill by 24.56%, Lot-et-Garonne 20.8%, Lozère 16% and Deux-Sèvres by 11%.

The vast majority of councils left levels unchanged but there are smaller rises in Corse-du-Sud 6.5%, Ille-et-Vilaine 5.3%, Val-de-Marne 3%, Tarn and Dordogne 1.5%, Ardennes 1%.

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