For a home that you reside in, with NEZ discount for next 10 years: Roughly $26 per thousand.
For a home that you reside in, without NEZ discount: Roughly $33 per thousand.
For a home that you do not reside in: Roughly $42 per thousand.
You can do a google search for more information on the NEZ (Neighborhood Enterprise Zone) property tax abatement which covers some neighborhoods in Detroit, including Indian Village.
The property tax rates are somewhat higher in the city than in the suburbs, as is typical in many large metro areas. But in Detroit the house prices (and assessments) are fairly low, so the actual amount you pay in property taxes may not be that high.
Contact the Detroit tax assessors office.
Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, Suite 804
Detroit, MI 48226
General Number:(313) 224-3011
Fax: (313) 224-4270
TTY: 311 or (313) 224-INFO (4636)
Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m. â€“ 4:30 p.m.
Property values are very different throughout the city. If you can give them an address, it may help.
You should find a more accurate answer here.