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States with the Lowest and Highest Property Tax Rates: Nos. 35 through 31

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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. We’ve covered Nos. 50 through 36 in our three previous posts.

Coming in at No. 35, we have Mississippi.

The effective property tax rate in Mississippi is 0.8 percent, while the median home value is $104,000, the second-lowest in the country. On average, $1,931 in property taxes is paid per tax return, which ends up being the fourth-lowest in the country. Madison County pays the most in real-estate taxes statewide, with residents paying $2,713 in property taxes per tax return.

At No. 34, we have California.

California has the second-highest median home value in the country, averaging $412,700. Property taxes paid per tax return are the ninth-highest in the United States, at $5,219. The effective property tax rate is 0.81 percent.

The county that pays the most in real-estate taxes is Marin County, where an average of $9,283 in property taxes is paid per tax return.

At No. 33, we have Kentucky.

The effective property tax rate in Kentucky is 0.85 percent, and the median home value is the fifth-lowest in the country, averaging $123,800. Property taxes paid per tax return are the ninth-lowest in the country, averaging $2,231.

Oldham County pays the most in real-estate taxes statewide, with $3,562 in property taxes paid per tax return.

At No. 32, we have North Carolina.

North Carolina has the 20th-lowest median home value in the country, at $155,000. The average property taxes paid per tax return are $2,750, a rate that’s the 21st-lowest in the country. North Carolina’s effective property tax rate is 0.85 percent.

Orange County pays the most in real-estate taxes across the state, averaging $5,594 in property taxes per tax return.

At No. 31, we have Indiana.

The effective property tax rate in Indiana is 0.86 percent. The median home value is the sixth-lowest in the country, at $124,300. The property taxes paid per tax return are the eight-lowest nationwide, at $2,170.

Boone County pays the most in real-estate taxes within the state, with residents paying an average of $3,641 in property taxes per tax return.

In a future post, we’ll continue to work our way through Frohlich’s list. We hope that by breaking down this information, it helps you, the physician or advanced practitioner who is looking for a job, compile information vital to your research into a particular state and area.

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