2014 Property Tax Rates for Harnett County NC
Property Tax Guide: How much are property taxes for Harnett County NC new homes?
Moving to Harnett County? You will want to know what the yearly property taxes might be for your new home.
When were Harnett County NC property values last adjusted (assessed)?
Harnett County, which encompasses Angier, Benson, Dunn, and Lillington, reassessed property values in 2009.
The next reassessment is projected to be in 2016, within the allotted eight years between assessments allowed for North Carolina counties.
How Much are 2014 Property Taxes in Harnett County?
Here are the 2014 rates, by town within Harnett County.
To get the total property tax rate for a town, simply add the county tax to the town tax.
For example, Angier has a town rate of 0.53, and the Harnett County rate is 0.735. Add the two together - the total tax rate for Angier, NC is 1.265.
What Do These Harnett County Property Tax Numbers Mean?
The tax rates are based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price.
• Divide the assessed value by 100.
• Multiply the result by the combined rate on the right side of the table.
• The result will be your yearly property tax bill, as of 2014.
There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Harnett County NC Tax page for most recent information.
Where Should I Live to Get the Lowest Property Tax Rate?
Your tax bill can be lower if your home or property is not actually within a municipality, or town. If this is the case, you'll pay just the County rate, plus most likely a fire district tax.
Check the Address of Your New Harnett County Home
If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Harnett County Tax Records Site, type in the address, and see the assessed value of the property. If there is a discrepancy, don't be afraid to ask your real estate agent to pull comps for you!
Want to Compare Property Tax Rates?
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