New Census Data: From 2006 to 2008, NY and NJ Counties Rank Highest in Property Taxes on Homeowners
October 28, 2009
Census Bureau data released yesterday show that over a three-year period (2006, 2007 and 2008), homeowners in New York and New Jersey counties paid the most in property taxes, while those in Louisiana parishes paid the least. In seven New Jersey counties and three New York counties, the median property tax over 2006-2008 is more than 7 percent of median household income, compared to the national median of 2.85%.
Click here for the full press release or view Tax Foundation Fiscal Fact No. 198, “New Jersey and New York Counties Rank Highest in Property Tax, Louisiana Parishes Lowest.”
Recent property tax data:
- Property Tax on Owner-Occupied Housing, by County, Ranked by Property Taxes Paid, 2006-2008 (3-Year Average),
- Property Tax on Owner-Occupied Housing, by County, Ranked by Property Taxes as a Percentage of Home Value, 2006-2008 (3-Year Average)
- State and Local Property Tax Collections Per Capita by State, Fiscal Year 2007
- State Property Tax Collections Per Capita, Fiscal Year 2007
- Local Property Tax Collections Per Capita, Fiscal Year 2007
- Map: Property Taxes on Owner-Occupied Housing by State
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