The study found a much larger proportion of homes in the lowest price range were subject to inflated assessments when compared to homes in top price tiers. Homes in Detroit were assessed at amounts higher than allowed by the state constitution, according to a forthcoming study, a problem that led to many of the widespread foreclosures that plagued the city after the housing market crash in 2007.

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