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States with the Lowest and Highest Property Tax Rates: Nos. 25 through 20

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Thomas C. Frohlich over at 24/7 Wall St. has ranked the 50 states from lowest to highest according to their property tax rates. In previous posts, we examined the 25 states with the lowest property taxes, and we now move to the last 25, the ones with the highest property taxes nationwide.

Coming in at No. 25, we have Florida.

The effective property tax rate in Florida is 1.06 percent, while the median home value is $162,700, the 23rd-lowest in the country. On average, $4,591 in property taxes is paid per tax return, which ends up being the 13th-highest rate in the country. Collier County pays the most in real-estate taxes statewide, with residents averaging $8,445 in property taxes per tax return.

At No. 24, we have Oregon.

Oregon has the 12th-highest median home value in the country, averaging $239,800. Property taxes paid per tax return are the 20th-highest in the United States, at $3,768. The effective property tax rate is 1.09 percent.

The county that pays the most in real-estate taxes is Clackamas County, where an average of $4,574 in property taxes is paid per tax return.

At No. 23, we have Washington.

The effective property tax rate in Washington is 1.09 percent, and the median home value is the eighth-highest in the country, averaging $266,200. Property taxes paid per tax return are the 15th-highest in the country, at $4,210.

San Juan County pays the most in real-estate taxes, with $5,417 in property taxes paid per tax return.

At No. 22, we have Maryland.

Maryland has the fifth-highest median home value in the country at $288,500, and the average property taxes paid per tax return are $4,218, the 14th-highest in the country. Maryland’s effective property tax rate is 1.1 percent.

Howard County pays the most in real-estate taxes in the state, averaging $5,903 in property taxes per tax return.

At No. 21, we have North Dakota.

The effective property tax rate in North Dakota is 1.11 percent. The median home value is the 22nd-lowest in the country at $161,800. The property taxes paid per tax return are the 24th-lowest in the country, at $3,264.

Cass County pays the most in real-estate taxes in the state, with residents averaging $4,130 per tax return.

In our next post, we’ll unveil the states ranked in the No. 20 through No. 16 slots. In the meantime, as physicians and advanced practitioners who are looking for jobs, how important are a state’s tax rates in deciding whether or not you’ll take a position there?

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