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Can I have some info about the property taxes for Plano, TX? Lets say for a house 300K?

  • April 30 2014 - Plano
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Plano's property tax is on the lower side in the area, only highland park has lower taxes than Plano.
  • June 11 2014
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If the property is assessed at $300K with no Homestead Exemption (about $700 reduction) then $6,700 would be accurate. You can go to www.collincad.org and look up any property in Collin Co by owner's name or property address and find when purchased, (no purchased price as TX is a non disclosure state) , sq ft, assessed value (2014 tax assessment just came out today), tax rates, exemptions (Plano has an over 65 exemption, too) etc.  It is not uncommon for tax assessment to be less than market value but Tax assessment Office is catching up on double digit increases in property values over past year or so in Collin Co.
  • May 01 2014
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Roughly about $4500 a year.
It can depend on what county you are in and what school district.
If you want a list of tax rates I can send you a link to the area that outlines them for you.
 
  • May 01 2014
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If the home is in Plano with Plano or Frisco ISD, the tax rate is 2.26 so $6780.00

If the home is in Plano with Lewisville ISD the tax rate is 2.24 so $6720

Of course, the amount is based on the tax assessed value not the purchase price of the home.  These vary about 99% of the time.

Also, if it is your primary property, you qualify to file for a homestead exemption.  This lowers your taxes by several hundred dollars.

Hope this helps.

Naima

  • May 01 2014
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If you open homes in Plano Texas, you can scroll down and get some idea about the current taxes.   Here's an example linked.  Scroll around and check several.
  • April 30 2014
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You should be able to look up current property taxes on the county auditor's website.  Also, looking up a specific property on Zillow's site normally gives you the taxes as well.
  • April 30 2014
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