Northeast Sees Highest Property Taxes

April 6, 2017 brianhonea

A new analysis shows that more than $277 billion in property taxes were levied against 84 million single-family homes in 2016. Though the average tax rate was 1.15 percent, states like New Jersey, Illinois, and Texas came in with significantly higher rates for the year. New Jersey’s was 2.31 percent—more than twice the national average.

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