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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #135 on: September 23, 2016, 11:11:08 AM »
Keep that mattress bulging from all the cash stash beneath it. :)

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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #136 on: September 23, 2016, 12:51:37 PM »
Hearing all this talk about MR's...makes my baker ranch purchase feel so much better haha  >:D I know many people here are anti Baker ranch at TI but no MR was a huge factor for poor folks like me.  It was the equivalent for me buying a house $100k more expensive at the same monthly payment.

I used to own in cypress village and paying that MR would eat at my soul every month...unless I hit the lotto, probably priced out of new communities in Irvine for many years or I'll just buy resale in older parts in Irvine. 

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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #137 on: September 23, 2016, 02:23:47 PM »
Hearing all this talk about MR's...makes my baker ranch purchase feel so much better haha  >:D I know many people here are anti Baker ranch at TI but no MR was a huge factor for poor folks like me.  It was the equivalent for me buying a house $100k more expensive at the same monthly payment.

I used to own in cypress village and paying that MR would eat at my soul every month...unless I hit the lotto, probably priced out of new communities in Irvine for many years or I'll just buy resale in older parts in Irvine.

Meloroos sounds like something fun... at least that's what I tell myself at night.  ;)

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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #138 on: April 24, 2017, 12:05:49 PM »
Can new owners of Eeatwood confirm if their CFD tax consists of R2: CFD 86-1 and R0: CFD 09-1.

The total CFD in EW is around $1,700 and that is similar to to other adjacent villages which consist of R2 CFD 86-1 (around $625) and R0 09-1 (around $1,080).

If that's is correct, the EW's property tax will drop by $625 by the end of 2020 since that R2 CFD 86-1 expires in 9-1-20. 

Here's partial list of taxes in EW (the total is excluding the base tax):

Avalon:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $950
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $164
Total: $2814

Belvedere:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $1350
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $164
Total: $3214

Calistoga:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $1425
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $406
Total: $3531

Helena:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $1050
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $164
Total: $2914

Marin:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $1200
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $167
Total: $3067

Petaluma:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $1150
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $164
Total: $3014

Piedmont:
Base: 1.05%
AD Tax: $1200
CFD Tax: $1700
Other Tax: $167
Total: $3067
« Last Edit: April 24, 2017, 08:00:03 PM by lnc »

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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #139 on: February 04, 2019, 11:52:42 AM »
Bringing up an old thread but is there any sort of map or source that clearly shows me what neighborhoods have what CFD?

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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #140 on: February 04, 2019, 01:20:25 PM »
I believe all the new Irvine homes have CFD taxes which is $1700. That's the base MR to start with.

Then there are extra ones, AD and other taxes. The AD ones are usually around $1000 then other tax are about $200. Total is usually around $3000 - $4000.

I'm not too familiar with GP ones, but I guess they might be using the similar system.

Here is also a blog which they review new constructions and show you all the tax details. https://www.irvinehousingblog.com/

Hope it helps.



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Re: Mello-Roos of Irvine
« Reply #141 on: February 11, 2019, 04:23:45 PM »
High, but still beats the MR prices I was quoted at the Ranch (Rancho Mission Viejo). For a 3ksqft home, it's close to $10k, bringing the total tax rate to 2%

 

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