MINEOLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There will be some relief for homeowners in Nassau County this year.

The county says it will pause its property value assessments, meaning the 2022-2023 assessments will remain at their current values.

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The coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in county real estate prices, as people move from the city to the suburbs.

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County Executive Laura Curran said that would unfairly skew property assessments.

Published reports say the plan is to wait for the market to settle before making changes to home values.

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