Gov. Shumlin Announces Tax Relief for Mobile Home Owners Hit by 2011 Flooding

Gov. Shumlin Announces Tax Relief for Mobile Home Owners Hit by 2011 Flooding

June 14, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Gov. Peter Shumlin today announced additional tax relief to help flood survivors who replaced mobile homes damaged or destroyed in either federally declared disasters that occurred in 2011, the spring flooding and Tropical Storm Irene. Specifically, a provision of Act 143 of 2012 makes purchases of these mobile homes tax-free for Vermont residents.

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