Palm Beach County’s tax base grew by 4.2 percent in 2012, slightly more than Property Appraiser Gary Nikolits projected last month.
The higher-than-expected jump marks the second straight year that countywide taxable property values have increased — a sign that the once free-falling housing market is on the mend.
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