MAV

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AcronymDefinition
MAVMicro-Air Vehicle
MAVMunicipal Association of Victoria (Australia)
MAVMaharishi Ayurveda
MAVMulticultural Arts Victoria (Australia)
MAVMitarbeitervertretungen (German)
MAVMulti Activity Vehicle
MAVMagyar Államvasutak (Hungarian State Railways)
MAVMicrosoft anti Virus
MAVMagni Animi Viri (Italian band)
MAVMen Against Violence
MAVMississippi Alluvial Valley (Arkansas)
MAVMouse Adenovirus
MAVMaschinen Anlagen Verfahren (German: Machinery Processing Equipment)
MAVMars Ascent Vehicle
MAVMicrosoft Application Virtualization
MAVMormon Assault Vehicle
MAVMcAfee Antivirus (security software)
MAVMaximum Assessed Value
MAVMigraine Associated Vertigo
MAVMuseo de Arte Virtual (Spanish)
MAVMathematics Association of Victoria (Australia)
MAVMyeloblastosis-Associated Virus (avian osteopetrosis)
MAVMaximum Acceptable Value
MAVMedium Armored Vehicle
MAVModel Aviation (South Africa)
MAVMaximum Anniversary Value
MAVMalformation Artério-Veineuse (French)
MAVMain Automation Vendor
MAVMicadvancement
MAVMiniature Air Vehicle
MAVMeasure-Applicability Validation (healthcare)
MAVModular Assault Vest
MAVMuseo Archeologico Virtuale (Italian)
MAVMid-Atlantic Volleyball
MAVMemory Access Violation (error notice)
MAVMuslim Association of Virginia
MAVMedia Association Blong Vanuatu
MAVM'avina's (gaming)
MAVMaster in Aviation (various schools)
MAVMillennium Audio Visual (Canberra, Australia)
MAVMinimum Acceptable Value
MAVMetaopac Azalai Veneto (Italian)
MAVMagnolia Audio Video
MAVManpower Authorization Voucher
MAVMonkey Attack Victim
MAVMotorcycle Accident Victims Foundation
MAVMultimedia Annotation Vocabulary
MAVMaximum Allowable Variance (package weight regulation)
MAVMercury Arc Valve
MAVMiniature Architectural Visions (Hopewell Junction, New York)
MAVMenusys Antivirus
MAVMéthode Audio-Visuelle (French: Audio-Visual Method; education)
MAVMobility Assist Vehicle
MAVMidwest Airlines Vacations
MAVMarquette Avenue Viaduct (Bay City, Michigan)
MAVMusée Automobile de Vendée (French: Automobile Museum of Vendée; Vendée, France)
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While the real market value can fluctuate with the economy, the maximum assessed values that determine how much a property owner pays in taxes can increase by a maximum of only 3 percent per year, unless there are changes to the property.
"The property owners in that group will probably have a slightly higher-than-typical increase in taxes," Lane County Assessor Michael Cowles said, because market values have risen back above maximum assessed values in many cases.
At the root of the tax drop is a quirk in Measure 50, a little phrase with a big impact: "lesser of." Property owners must pay taxes on the "lesser of" either the maximum assessed value or the regular market value.
The phrase meant little as long as market values continued to soar above the maximum assessed value.
At the height of the housing boom, market values grew to about twice the assessed value, but homeowners' taxes went up only about 3 percent a year because of the maximum assessed value cap.
This year, a home in the Santa Clara area north of Eugene, with a market value of $199,000 and a maximum assessed value of $169,000 could expect to pay just under $1,640 in property tax - about $1,000 for schools, $400 for county government and $240 toward retirement of several voter-approved bonds.
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