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Lee County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Lee County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Jan 16, 2017 @ 09:01 AM

Lee County 2017 Property Tax Guide

How Much Are Property Taxes in Lee County

If you're considering a move to the greater Raleigh area, or just a relocation within the Triangle, you've probably wondered how much the yearly property taxes will be for your new home.

Lee County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Lee County NC

Where is Lee County? Lee County is located south of Chatham County, south west of Wake County and north west of Harnett County.

Lee County encompasses the city of Sanford and the Carolina Trace fire district.

Find Out What District Your New Lee County Home is Located In

Ask your real estate agent what fire district or town the property resides in.  If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Lee County Tax Records site.  

The chart below shows the 2017 Lee County property tax rates.  If you are relocating to a home inside a town or fire district, the tax rate will generally be higher.  If your new home will be outside of town boundaries, the tax rate can be extremely low.

The county rate gets combined with either the fire district rate or the town rate, depending on where the home for sale is located:

Lee County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Lee County NC

 

What will I actually pay in Sanford property taxes?

The Lee County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

  1. Take the assessed value of the property.
  2. Divide by 100.
  3. Multiply by the combined 2017 tax rate.
  4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2017 fiscal year rates. For Sanford, the combined rate is 1.395.

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

Lee County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Lee County NC

Lee County has some of the lowest property tax rates in the Triangle area.  There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Lee County Property Tax page for most recent information.

As you can see, the city of Sanford is one of the most expensive places to live in Lee County NC

When looking at properties, don't take the "city" address for granted - you could be in a different county, with different tax rates, depending on where exactly the property is located.   

Want to Compare Property Tax Rates?

Compare property tax rates in Lee County to other counties in the area.

Wake County Property Tax Rates 2017

Chatham County Property Tax Rates 2017

Harnett County Property Tax Rates 2017

Durham County Property Tax Rates 2017

Granville County Property Tax Rates 2017

Johnston County Property Tax Rates 2017

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2017

Lee County Property Tax Rates 2017

Lee County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Lee County NC

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Johnston County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Johnston County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, Jan 13, 2017 @ 11:01 AM

Johnston County 2017 Property Tax Guide

How Much Are Property Taxes in Johnston County

If you're considering a move to the greater Raleigh area, or just a relocation within the Triangle, you've probably wondered how much the yearly property taxes will be for your new home.

Johnston County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Johnston County NC

Where is Johnston County? Johnston County is located south east Wake County and north each of Harnett County.

Johnston County encompasses Clayton, Smithfield, Kenly, Benson, and Four Oaks.

 

Find Out What District Your New Johnston County Home is Located In

Ask your real estate agent what fire district or town the property resides in.  If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Johnston County Tax Records site.  

The chart below shows the 2017 Johnston County property tax rates.  If you are relocating to a home inside a town or fire district, the tax rate will generally be higher.  If your new home will be outside of town boundaries, the tax rate can be extremely low.

The county rate gets combined with either the fire district rate or the town rate, depending on where the home for sale is located:

Johnston County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Johnston County NC

 

What will I actually pay in Clayton, Smithfield, Kenly, or Four Oaks property taxes?

The Johnston County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

  1. Take the assessed value of the property.
  2. Divide by 100.
  3. Multiply by the combined 2017 tax rate.
  4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2017 fiscal year rates.

 

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

Johnston County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Johnston County NC

Johnston County has some of the lowest property tax rates in the Triangle area.  There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Johnston County Property Tax page for most recent information.

As you can see, the Town of Clayton is one of the most expensive places to live in Johnston County NC

When looking at properties, don't take the "city" address for granted - you could be in a different county, with different tax rates, depending on where exactly the property is located.   

Want to Compare Property Tax Rates?

Compare property tax rates in Johnston County to other counties in the area.

Wake County Property Tax Rates 2017

Chatham County Property Tax Rates 2017

Harnett County Property Tax Rates 2017

Durham County Property Tax Rates 2017

Granville County Property Tax Rates 2017

Johnston County Property Tax Rates 2017

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2017

Lee County Property Tax Rates 2017

Johnston County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Johnston County NC

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*Property tax rates generally update midyear.  The rates posted are current numbers as of 1/1/2017.  This post is for general information only based on public tax resources as of posting date.  Please research tax rates for your specific address before making decisions. 

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Lee County Property Tax Rates | New Homes Lee County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 @ 13:12 PM

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Lee County NC 2011-2012 Property Tax Guide

How much do property taxes cost for Lee County NC new homes?

 Lee County North Carolina

Whether you're considering relocating from the other side of the country or the other side of the Triangle, you've probably wondered what the yearly property taxes might be for your new home.

Where is Lee County located? Lee County sits between Chatham County, Harnett County, and Moore County.

Lee County is home to Sanford.

When were Lee County NC property values last adjusted (assessed)?

Lee County revalues all real estate at least every eight years, per NC requirements. 

This procedure allows the Tax Department to adjust the appraised value of real estate to reflect the property's true value in light of changing real estate market conditions. 

The chart below shows the 2011 Lee County property tax rates. If you are relocating to a home inside a town or fire district, the tax rate will generally be higher.  If your new home will be outside of town boundaries, the tax rate can be low.

The county rate gets combined with either the fire district rate or the town rate, depending on where the home for sale is located. 

 

Lee County Property Taxes

The Lee County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

How do I use this table?

1. Take the assessed value of the property.

2. Divide by 100.

3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.

4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

 

Example Property Tax Calculation

For example, Sanford has a town rate of 0.54, and the Lee County rate is 0.75. 

Add the two together - the total tax rate for Sanford, NC is 1.29.

To get up-to-date Lee County tax information, visit the Lee County Property Tax Records Site.

Lee County Property Taxes Assessed 2011

 

 

This table gives sample property tax bills for all the municipalities and fire districts in Lee County.

 

 

 

 

 

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. 

What County Will My New Home Be In?

When looking at properties, don't take the city address for granted - you could be in a different county, with different tax rates, depending on where exactly the property is located.

 

Want to compare the property tax rates of counties throughout central North Carolina?

Alamance County NC Property Tax Rates 2011Lee County NC New Homes

Chatham County Property Tax Rates 2011

Cumberland County Property Tax Rates 2011

Durham County Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County Property Tax Rates 2011 

 

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Orange County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Orange County

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, Dec 16, 2011 @ 15:12 PM

Click here for 2017 Property Tax Rates in NC

Orange County NC 2011-2012 Property Tax Guide

How much are property taxes for Orange County NC new homes? 

 Orange County, NC

Whether you're considering relocating from the other side of the country or the other side of the Triangle, you've probably wondered what the yearly property taxes might be for your new home.

 

Where is Orange County located? Orange County sits between Alamance County and Durham County, north of Chatham County.

Orange County encompasses Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and Hillsborough.

How Much are 2011 Property Taxes in Orange County, NC?

Here are the 2011 rates, by town within Orange County

To get the total property tax rate for a town, simply add the county tax to the town tax. 

 Orange County Property Taxes 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Orange County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

  1. Take the assessed value of the property.

  2. Divide by 100.

  3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.

  4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

 Orange County Property Taxes Assessed 2011 2012 

 

This table gives sample property tax bills for all the cities in Orange County, such as Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and Hillsborough.

There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Orange County Property 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 and/or the special district tax. 

Check the Address of Your New Orange County Home

If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Orange County interactive GIS website, 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!

 

Compare Property Tax Rates in Counties throughout central North Carolina

Compare property tax rates in Orange County to other counties in the area here:

Alamance County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

 

Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Chatham County Property Tax Rates 2011

Durham County Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Lee County Property Tax Rates 2011

Orange County Property Tax Rates 2011


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Mebane Property Tax Rates 2012 | New Homes Mebane, NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, Dec 16, 2011 @ 10:12 AM

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Mebane Property Tax Rates from 2011 to 2012

Mebane, NC New Home Property Taxes

 

Whether you're considering relocating from the other side of the country or the other side oMebane NC New Homesf the Triangle, you've probably wondered what the yearly property taxes might be for your Mebane new home.

Mebane is a popular relocation desination for homeowners looking to stay close to the RTP area, while also building a home on acreage.

Mebane is located in Alamance County, a short distance from Graham, Haw River, and Hillsborough.

How Much are 2011 Property Taxes in Mebane?

Here are the 2011 property tax rates, by municipality within Alamance County

To get the total property tax rate for Mebane, simply add the county tax to the town tax.  Mebane has a town rate of 0.47, and the Alamance County rate is 0.52. 

Add the two together - the total tax rate for Mebane, NC is 0.99.

Mebane Property Taxes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do I use this table?

1. Take the assessed value of the property.

2. Divide by 100.

3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.

4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

 

This table gives sample property tax bills for Mebane, as well as Alamance County cities such as Burlington, Elon, Graham, Haw River, and Snow Camp.

Mebane Property Taxes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Alamance County Property 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 and/or the special district tax. 

Want to Compare Property Tax Rates?

Compare property tax rates in Alamance County to other counties throughout central North Carolina.

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2011Mebane NC New Homes

Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Durham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

 

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Cumberland County Property Tax Rates | New Homes Cumberland County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Dec 12, 2011 @ 09:12 AM

Click here for 2017 Property Tax Rates in NC

 

Cumberland County NC 2011 Property Tax Guide

How much are property taxes for Cumberland County NC new homes? 

 

Whether you're considering relocating from the other side of the country or the other side of the Triangle, you've probably wondered what the yearly property taxes might be for your new home.

2011 Cumberland County Property Taxes | Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates

Where is Cumberland County located? Cumberland County sits below Harnett County, about an hour south of Raleigh.

Towns within Cumberland County are particularly popular with families looking to stay near Fort Bragg and Fayetteville, or to have affordable country living just a short hop from big city life in the Triangle

Cumberland County encompasses Falcon, Fayetteville, Eastover, Godwin, Manchester, Spring Lake, and Wade.

How Much are 2011 Property Taxes in Cumberland County, NC?

Here are the 2011 rates, by town within Cumberland County.  To get the total property tax rate for a town, simply add the county tax to the town tax.  For example, Hope Mills has a town rate of 0.42, and the Cumberland County rate is 0.74.  Add the two together - the total tax rate for Hope Mills, NC is 1.160.

 2011 Cumberland County Property Taxes | Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates

The Cumberland County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

  1. 1. Take the assessed value of the property.

  2. 2. Divide by 100.

  3. 3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.

  4. 4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

 

 

 

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

 2011 Cumberland County Property Taxes | Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This table gives sample property tax bills for all the cities in Cumberland County, such as Falcon, Fayetteville, Eastover, Godwin, Manchester, Spring Lake, and Wade.

There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Cumberland County Property 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 and/or the special district tax. 

Check the Address of Your New Cumberland County Home

If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Cumberland 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?

Compare property tax rates in Cumberland County to other counties in the area here:

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2011NC Property Tax Rates | How Much are Property Taxes in North Carolina?

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Durham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County NC Property Tax Rates 2011


 

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Durham County 2011 Property Tax Rates | New Homes Durham County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Dec 06, 2011 @ 13:12 PM

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Durham County NC 2011 Property Tax Guide

How much are property taxes for Durham County NC new homes? 

2011 Durham County Property Taxes | How Much Are Property Taxes in Durham County NC?

 

Whether you're considering relocating from the other side of the country or the other side of the Triangle, you've probably wondered what the yearly property taxes might be for your new home.

Where is Durham County located?  Durham County sits between Chatham County, Orange County, Person County, Granville County, and Wake County.

Durham serves as one of the corners of the Research Triangle Park, along with Chapel Hill and Raleigh.

When were Durham County NC property values last adjusted (assessed)?

All North Carolina counties are required to conduct a revaluation at least once every eight years. Durham County was reassessed on January 1, 2008, and the new assessed values went into affect in Summer 2008.

The chart below shows the 2011 Durham County property tax rates. If you are relocating to a home inside a town or fire district, the tax rate will generally be higher.  If your new home will be outside of town boundaries, the tax rate can be low.

The county rate gets combined with either the fire district rate or the town rate, depending on where the home for sale is located. 

2011 Durham County Property Taxes | How Much Are Property Taxes in Durham County NC?

 

  1. The Durham County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

    1. Take the assessed value of the property.

  2. 2. Divide by 100.

  3. 3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.

  4. 4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

 

 

For example, Chapel Hill has a town rate of 0.494, and the Durham County property tax rate is 0.7459. 

Add the two together - the total tax rate for Chapel Hill, NC is 1.2399.

 

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

  2011 Durham County Property Taxes | How Much Are Property Taxes in Durham County NC?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This table gives sample property tax bills for all the cities and towns in Durham County, NC: Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Morrisville, Bahama, and more.  Your tax bill can be lower if your home or property is not actually within a municipality, or town. 

 

You can also visit the Durham County Property Tax page to get the most up-to-date tax tables or tax information for the City of Durham

As you can see, a City of Durham location will be the most expensive property tax location to live in Durham County, following closely by the City of Chapel Hill.

How Do I Find Out the Assessed Value of My Durham County Home?

If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Durham County Tax Administration Records site, type in the address, and see the assessed value of the property.  

What if the Assessed Value is Different From the Sales Price?

If there is a discrepancy between the assessed value and the asking price of the home or lot, don't be afraid to ask your real estate agent to pull comps for you.  Assessed values are not always aligned well with market values, as assessments are often made several years apart. 

 

Want to Compare Property Taxe Rates?

Compare property tax rates in Durham County to other counties in the area here:

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2011

Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 2011NC Property Tax Rates | How Much Are Property Taxes in North Carolina?

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Durham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Raleigh Property Tax Rates 2011

Wake County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

 

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Granville County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Granville County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Nov 22, 2011 @ 08:11 AM

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Granville County 2011 Property Tax Guide

How Much Are Property Taxes in Granville County

 2011 Granville County Property Taxes | Granville County NC Property Tax Guide

If you're considering a move to the greater Raleigh area, or just a relocation within the Triangle, you've probably wondered how much the yearly property taxes will be for your new home.

Where is Granville County located? Granville County is just north of Wake County, and just northeast of Durham County

Granville County encompasses Creedmoor, Butner, Oxford, Stovall, and Stem.

When were Granville County NC property values last adjusted (assessed)?

Granville County revalues all real estate every eight years, per NC requirements.  This procedure allows the Tax Department to adjust the appraised value of real estate to reflect the property's true value in light of changing real estate market conditions. 

The most recent valuation occurred in 2010 with the next scheduled for 2018.

The chart below shows the 2011 Granville County property tax rates. If you are relocating to a home inside a town or fire district, the tax rate will generally be higher.  If your new home will be outside of town boundaries, the tax rate can be extremely low.

The county rate gets combined with either the fire district rate or the town rate, depending on where the home for sale is located. 

For example, Creedmoor has a town rate of 0.725, and the Granville County rate is 0.8250.  Add the two together - the total tax rate for Creedmoor, NC is 1.55.

 2011 Granville County Property Taxes | Granville County NC Property Tax Guide

 

 

 

 

 

What will I actually pay for my Creedmoor, Butner, Oxford, Stovall, or Stem property taxes?

How Do I Figure Out What These Granville County Property Tax Numbers Mean?

It's not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

  1. Take the assessed value of the property.
  2. Divide by 100.
  3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.
  4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

For 2011-2012, tax rates can vary from 0.825% (Granville County only) to 1.55% (Creedmoor, NC).  There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Granville County property tax site for most recent information.

 

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

 2011 Granville County Property Taxes | Granville County NC Property Tax Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

This table gives sample property tax bills for all the cities and towns in Granville County, NC: Oxford, CreedmoorStem, Stovall, and Butner.  Your tax bill can be lower if your home or property is not actually within a municipality, or town. 

 

Want to Compare Property Taxe Rates?

Compare property tax rates in Granville County to other counties in the area here:

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2011

Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 2011NC Property Tax Rates | How Much are Property Taxes in North Carolina?

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Durham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Raleigh Property Tax Rates 2011

Wake County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

 

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Harnett County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Harnett County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Nov 21, 2011 @ 06:11 AM

2011 Harnett County NC Property Tax Guide

How much are property taxes for Harnett County NC new homes?

Click Here for the MOST UP TO DATE Property Taxes in Central NC

Click Here for the MOST UP TO DATE Property Taxes in Harnett County

 

Whether you're considering relocating from one side of the Triangle to the other, or coming to Raleigh from Texas, California, New York, or elsewhere, you've probably wondered what the yearly property taxes might be for your new home.Harnett County NC New Homes | Property Tax Rates Harnett County NC

Harnett County, NC is located just South of Wake County and just East of Lee County.

Harnett County is particularly popular with families looking to split a commute between Fort Bragg and Raleigh, or to have affordable country living just a short hop from city life in the Triangle

Harnett County encompasses Angier, Coats, and Lillington.

 

 

 

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 2011 Property Taxes in Harnett County?

Here are the 2011 rates, by town and fire district within Harnett County.  To get the total property tax rate for a town, simply add the county tax to the town/fire district tax.  For example, Angier has a town rate of 0.53, and the Harnett County rate is 0.725.  Add the two together - the total tax rate for Angier, NC is 1.255.

 2011 Harnett County Property Taxes | Harnett County NC Property Tax Guide

How Do I Figure Out What These Harnett County Property Tax Numbers Mean?

It's not as confusing as it looks.  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 2011. 

 

 

 

For 2011-2012, tax rates can vary from 0.795% (Lowest Fire District) to 1.315% (Coats, NC).  There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Harnett County Property Tax Page for most recent information.

 2011 Harnett County Property Taxes | Harnett County NC Property Tax Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

This table gives sample property tax bills for all the cities in Harnett County: Angier, Benson, Coats, Erwin, Dunn, and Lillington.

 

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 Taxe Rates?

Compare property tax rates in Harnett County to other counties in the area here:

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2011

Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

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Durham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Raleigh Property Tax Rates 2011

Wake County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

 

 

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Chatham County Property Tax Rates | Buying a New Home in Chatham County NC

Posted by Penny Hull on Thu, Nov 17, 2011 @ 05:11 AM

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Chatham County 2011 Property Tax Guide

How Much Are Property Taxes in Chatham County

If you're considering a move to the greater Raleigh area, or just a relocation within the Triangle, you've probably wondered how much the yearly property taxes will be for your new home.

Chatham County NC | Property Taxes Chatham County NC

Where is Chatham County? Chatham County is located west of Wake County and south of Orange County and Alamance County.

Chatham County encompasses Pittsboro (the County Seat) Siler City, GoldstonSilk Hope, Bear Creek, and Bonlee.

Silk Hope, Bear Creek, and Fearrington Village are just a few popular areas to live in Chatham County. 

 

Find Out What District Your New Chatham County Home is Located In

Ask your real estate agent what fire district or town the property resides in.  If there's a particular home that you're considering, you can go directly to the Chatham County Tax Records site.  

The chart below shows the 2011 Chatham County property tax rates.  If you are relocating to a home inside a town or fire district, the tax rate will generally be higher.  If your new home will be outside of town boundaries, the tax rate can be extremely low.

The county rate gets combined with either the fire district rate or the town rate, depending on where the home for sale is located. For example, Pittsboro has a city rate of 0.3020, and the Chatham County rate is 0.6219.  Then just add the two together - the total property tax rate for Pittsboro, NC is 0.9239.

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011 | Property Taxes Chatham County NC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What will I actually pay in Pittsboro, Siler City, Goldston, or Bonlee property taxes?

The Chatham County property tax chart is not as confusing as it looks.  The tax rates are always based on the assessed value of the home, not the asking price, so you'll want to look up the assessed value, or ask your agent for it. 

  1. Take the assessed value of the property.
  2. Divide by 100.
  3. Multiply by the combined 2011 tax rate.
  4. This will give you the yearly tax amount, per 2011 fiscal year rates.

 

And just to give you an idea, here's a table of sample yearly tax payments for different sample assessed home values.

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011 | Property Taxes Chatham County NC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chatham County has some of the lowest property tax rates in the Triangle area.  There is no guarantee that tax rates will remain the same - check the Chatham County Property Tax page for most recent information.

As you can see, the Town of Siler City is one of the most expensive places to live in Chatham County NC. 

When looking at properties, don't take the "city" address for granted - you could be in a different county, with different tax rates, depending on where exactly the property is located.   

Want to Compare Property Tax Rates?

 

Compare property tax rates in Chatham County to other counties in the area.

Alamance County Property Tax Rates 2011

Cumberland County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Chatham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011NC Property Tax Rates | How Much Are Property Taxes in North Carolina?

Durham County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Franklin County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Granville County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Johnston County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Harnett County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

Raleigh Property Tax Rates 2011

Wake County NC Property Tax Rates 2011

 

 

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