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Harish Peri, Home Buyer in San Francisco, CA

What is the annual property tax rate for San Francisco (Mission Bay)? What are the Mission Bay HOA dues?

Asked by Harish Peri, San Francisco, CA Sat Mar 15, 2008

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Dear Harish,

The annual tax rate today is approximately 1.141% of the new purchas price. The homeowner dues vary between buidings. You need to specify which ones.


2 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Mar 16, 2008
The property tax rate is 1.141%, and you can find specific information about property taxes here:

Web Reference: http://www.sfcondosales.com
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 26, 2008
I live and work as a Realtor/specialist in Mission Bay. In addition to your own buildings HOA, there is a Mission Bay community owners association. It pays for the security of the area, the guys who go around picking up trash on the ground and those who take care of the trees. This is above and beyond HOA dues for your building. The cost is about $32 per month and paid by all owners in all buildings.

THe property tax rate is 1.141% of the new purchas price (google proposition 13)
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 21, 2008
I inherited a house worth $840,000 in San Francisco, I was told I would have to pay 1% of it's value annually in property. Is that right?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 25, 2014
I want to know what is tax? and how much in san Franciso and around California, how you calculated? Thanks I am international and I need to know about this I am still confused and how to search for the tax in city around the State. Sorry it sounds for you like stupid.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 2, 2012
I need an answer please for my questions
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I need to know what is in SF. property taxes?
Thank You
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 5, 2011
2008-2009 the tax rate is 1.163%
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 29, 2008
Sally is correct on the tax rate and identifying which building. The HOA's for buildings vary depending on the services. Some buildings offer full service concierge, gym facilities, in house theaters, and more. Questions to ask yourself is how much value do you see in a full service building (a very nice way to live!) or do you prefer in a lower maintenance building. Mission Bay is a wonderful area to live in and you have plenty of options. Be sure to check out the UCSF Mission Bay gym. There is a waiting list but it is worth it!

Web Reference: http://www.jenndavis.com
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