Percentage change over time of assessed property values in Snohomish County. This version of the chart was revised on June 22 after the assessor’s office released an update. (Snohomish County Assessor)

Percentage change over time of assessed property values in Snohomish County. This version of the chart was revised on June 22 after the assessor’s office released an update. (Snohomish County Assessor)

Assessed values of affordable homes here continue to rise

Annual assessments sent Friday show Snohomish County properties continue to rise in value, on average 8.6%.

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