I gotta pay 1,000 and what sucks also is that they expect us to pay it during this last two months of the year which is around the holidays.
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:54 PM on Nov. 18, 2008
Anon here (the heavily taxed one). Yeah, we bought new (actually didn't build, but it was like a spec home). The other houses that we had bought had been set up with an escrow account at closing, but it didn't happen this time. So, yeah, the first year we had a small payment, then the second year we got nailed with the taxes from the first year. (I don't know why the bank didn't just estimate the amnt. and make the payment accommodate that). No big, we got through the heavy second year. After that first year the bank started keeping an escrow account and it's amortized in our monthly payment. We just live in a very heavily taxed area. About half of which goes to the schools. I would love to put my kids in private school, but at the rate of our taxes, who could afford it?
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