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What is the property tax rate for homes and condos in Capitol Hill?

  • April 27 2013 - Capitol Hill
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A rough estimate in Seattle is 1% of assessed value and it doesn't matter which neighborhood you are in.  We all pay into the Seattle school district.

As has been pointed out the assessment is also dependent on the building grade, condition, view and a host of other specific conditions of the property itself.

And remember that the tax will change once a home is sold so if you have a specific property and an estimated sales price, the most accurate method is to call King county with that information and ask them to estimate it.
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I suggest that you find a buyer agent, who could answer, not only these questions but many others, as you begin the home buying process.  The best of luck!
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Hi!

It depends on the property.
Here is the link to King County Department of Assessments

http://www.kingcounty.gov/Assessor/PropertyTaxAssessments/ResidentialPTA.aspx

You also can look up a particular property on King County website.

http://www.kingcounty.gov/operations/GIS/PropResearch/ParcelViewer.aspx

Hope this helps.

Ally
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