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States with the Lowest and Highest Property Tax Rates: Nos. 45 through 41

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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.

Coming in at No. 45, we have West Virginia.

The effective property tax rate in West Virginia is 0.59 percent, while the median home value is $103,900, the lowest in the country. On average, $1,546 in property taxes is paid per tax return, which ends up being the second-lowest in the country. Jefferson County pays the most in real-estate taxes statewide, with residents paying $1,892 in property taxes per tax return.

At No. 44, we have Colorado.

Colorado has the ninth-highest median home value in the country, averaging $255,200. Property taxes paid per tax return are the 17th-lowest in the United States, at $2,555. The effective property tax rate is 0.61 percent.

The county that pays the most in real-estate taxes is Pitkin County, where an average of $6,653 in property taxes is paid per tax return.

At No. 43, we have Wyoming.

The effective property tax rate in Wyoming is 0.61 percent, and the median home value is the 18th-highest in the country, averaging $201,000. Property taxes paid per tax return are the 13th-lowest in the country, average $2,457.

Teton County pays the most in real-estate taxes statewide, with $9,283 in property taxes paid per tax return.

At No. 42, we have Arkansas.

Arkansas has the third-lowest median home value in the country at $112,500. The average property taxes paid per tax return are also the third-lowest in the country, averaging $1,791. Arkansas’ effective property tax rate is 0.62 percent.

Pulaski County pays the most in real-estate taxes within the state, averaging $2,531 in property taxes per tax return.

At No. 41, we have Utah.

The effective property tax rate in Utah is 0.68 percent. The median home value is the 16th-highest in the country, averaging $223,200. The property taxes paid per tax return are the 10th-lowest in the country, at $2,261.

Summit County pays the most in real-estate taxes statewide, with residents paying an average of $4,290 per tax return.

In our next installment, we’ll present which states are ranked from No. 40 to No. 36.

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