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Travisj, Home Buyer in Tyler, TX

What's a nice rule of thumb to figure out what the taxes on $100,000 - $500,000 homes will be, that I am looking for here in Tyler?

Asked by Travisj, Tyler, TX Fri Nov 12, 2010

What's a nice rule of thumb to figure out what the taxes on $100,000 - $500,000 homes will be, that I am looking for here in Tyler?

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Diann Darden’s answer
Here is the Smith Countywebsite that willgive you the tax rates for Tyler, TX. http://www.smithcad.org/scadarc/viewer_temp.htm

If you need more help with real estate needs, I would be glad to help.
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Here is the Smith Countywebsite that willgive you the tax rates for Tyler, TX. http://www.smithcad.org/scadarc/viewer_temp.htm

If you need more help with real estate needs, I would be glad to help.
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While the rule of thumb is 2% of the sales price.... Don't count on it. You need to look at the county data website to be a little more accurate.
While a home might be priced at $100,000..... it's 'assessed value' could vary greatly.
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Check with the county tax assessor. I have lists for all counties in the Central Texas and the different tax rates that was just updated last month so if you are interested email me and I will forward you a copy.

Don Groff
Realtor | Mortgage Broker
512.669.5599
listings@dongroff.com
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Travisj,

You can take the appraised value of the home times $2.0807 and then divide that by $100 to get an close estimate. For example: (($150.000 x $2.0807) / $100) = $3,121. For more information, take a look at Tyler Economic Development Council website: http://www.tedc.org/profile/pro_taxes.php
If you need further assistance, don't hesitate to ask.
Charles Liljestrand
Coldwell Banker, United
903-714-0112
cliljestrand@cbunited.com
Web Reference: http://www.easttexasre.com/
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Confer with the county tax office who are the experts to answer all your questions.
Web Reference: http://www.lynn911.com
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