If you are only looking on Trulia, you may not see the property taxes, but if you go to the MLS website for Long Island you generally will find them on that. The website is mlsli.com. When reviewing listings for clients, however, I often find that, regardless of whether the agent can't be fined, as stated below, or not, they often do not include village tax. I am not sure if Mill Neck is an incorporated village with an additional village tax or not.
The other thing you can do is check the individual house on the Nassau County assessor's website. You will get the general and school tax there, and it will tell you if it is in an incorporated village. You can then call the village to get the additional tax information.
If you would like to contact me through my profile, or by calling me at 516-972-1687, I would be happy to walk you through all of that, and help answer any mortgage related questions you have as well. If you are already working with a loan officer, they should be able to help you out with that.
Best of luck to you!
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
I agree with Tim. I'm not exactly sure what your statement means. If you are looking at listings on websites that offer some information then you will not necessarily get complete tax information. This most likely occurs because the source of the information does not want to incur any liability if they are wrong. Also they may not want to go through the effort of contacting more than one source to get the complete and current tax info(school, town/general and village).
If you are consulting the MLS website, they require brokers to include the complete tax information. If they don't they may be fined. On the other hand an agent may be willing to take that risk if the taxes are very high and they don't want to scare off buyers or other agents. If that's the case you may want to work with a broker/agent that is willing to be transparent. If I can be of any help in general or with a specific property you can always contact me. Good luck.
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Licensed R.E. Agent
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Contact an agent in that area and ask them to send you the complete listing for any house you are interested in or find out what the tax rate is and calculate it yourself. Even if you calculate wrong you should be pretty darn close.