Trump sues county over Jupiter golf club appraisal for 4th year in a row

The Palm Beach County property appraiser valued Trump National Golf Club at $18.4 million

Jul.July 16, 2017 01:00 PM

Donald Trump and his Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter

For the fourth year in a row, President Donald Trump sued the Palm Beach County property appraiser, claiming that the appraised value of Trump National Golf Club  for property tax purposes is an overestimate. The 213-acre property is worth $18.4 million, according to County Appraiser Dorothy Jacks. Trump claims the value should be $5 million or less.

Based on the current $18.4 million appraisal, Trump’s annual property tax would be $383,171. In his 2014 suit against the county appraiser, Trump said he paid $5 million in 2012 for the then-distressed Jupiter golf property. In February, a federal judge ordered Trump to pay almost $6 million of refundable deposits, plus interest, to former members of the Trump National Golf Club. [Palm Beach Post] Mike Seemuth

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