How can I determine if I am eligible for a tax rebate?

There must be a minimum increase of $1,150 in Assessed Valuation for residential property (which equates to about $10,000 in appraised value) and $2,500 in Assessed Valuation (which equates to about $10,000 in appraised value depending on the type of business) for commercial, industrial or agricultural property.  New, as well as existing improvements must conform with all codes, rules and regulations in effect.  You should secure a building permit for most improvements, where applicable.  Call the County or City Zoning Board to find out if you need a building permit.  If building in the 3-mile zone surrounding the City of Larned or the City of Larned, contact the Larned City Zoning Administrator.

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1. What is the Neighborhood Revitalization Plan?
2. What is a “tax rebate”?
3. What is a “qualified improvement”?
4. How is “structure” defined?
5. What kind of “improvements” will increase the assessed value?
6. How long does the tax rebate run under the Neighborhood Revitalization Plan?
7. Can property taxes be eliminated using the tax rebate?
8. How do the terms Assessed Valuation and Appraised Value differ?
9. How can I determine if I am eligible for a tax rebate?
10. If qualified improvements have been made, how does one obtain a tax rebate?
11. Who applies?
12. How often do I need to apply?
13. Will the schedule of tax rebates as determined by the increase in assessed value in the first year ever change?
14. Is the rebate transferable?