Ha, don't tell me about linguistic comprehension, it does not sound like you have done very well. If you have such a hard time paying rent, buy your own home and you only have to pay taxes on it once a year. FYI, the rent doesn't pay nearly what the taxes are! And, I hope you are not one of the two renters who are renting my homes there!!!! Of course, you're not, they pay their rent on time and DO NOT destroy property like the likes of you. I'm through with all the BS that comes out of the angry people on here who got scammed and are taking it out on me. I'm not your problem.Amer Cit:
I beg your pardon, ad valorem is Latin and means "in proportion to the value". Government taxing entities never use the term applicable to goods, i.e., personal property...they use the term as it applies to real estate taxes. Further, if you think renters do not pay a pro rata share of the taxes on property they rent, included WITHIN their rent, you are sadly misinformed. Inasmuch as my vocabulary matches my breath of real estate tax knowledge, I will refrain from insulting you, as you have me, as it would be an exercise in futility since you are incapable of linquistic comprehension.
Main Entry: ad va·lo·rem
Pronunciation:\ˌad-v ə-ˈlo 75;r-əm\
Etymology: Latin, according to the value
: imposed at a rate percent of value <ad valorem tax on goods>