10 States with the Lowest Property Taxes

Househappy —  December 4, 2013 — Leave a comment
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Alabama, the state with the lowest property tax bills in the U.S.

The Northeast was the area with the highest property taxes in 2012. According to a residential property tax study by the Tax Policy Center, property tax bills have been noted for their disparities between states. On average, tax bills for homeowners ranged from around $500 to over $8,000. Since more people are considering all living expenses, including tax bills, in order to save money, AGBeat compiled the following list of states with the lowest property tax bills:

10. Idaho – The mean tax bill paid was $1,273.

9. Delaware – The mean tax bill paid was $1,206.

8. Indiana – The mean tax bill paid was $1,200.

7. Wyoming – The mean tax bill paid was $1,141.

6. Mississippi – The mean tax bill paid was $1,004.

5. Arkansas – The mean tax bill paid was $901.

4. South Carolina – The mean tax bill paid was $858.

3. Louisiana – The mean tax bill paid was $823.

2. West Virginia – The mean tax bill paid was $718.

1. Alabama – The mean tax bill paid was $631.

This post can be found in its original form on AGBeat.

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