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disability ramp?

Im trying to buy a home that has a disability ramp and i was wondering ( since i dont need it ) will taxes go down if I get rid of it ??? 
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Unlikely the removing the ramp would change the taxes at all. You could call the assessor and ask, but removing a ramp is not like removing square footage or a bedroom.
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December 08 2012
I seriously doubt it, but why don't you inquire with the tax assessor of your town.
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Most likely it has no influence on the taxes.
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