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Rbarrera1, Home Buyer in San Antonio, TX

Can you please let me kn ow how much are the property taxes for a house costing $148,000. Thank you.

Asked by Rbarrera1, San Antonio, TX Sat May 21, 2011

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Tax rates in San Antonio typically run about 2.6% of the value of the home. Matt has correctly noted that the values vary widely and cannot be used as an indication of actual value. The Tax Appraisal district has gotten wiser about pulling SOLD prices from MLS to adjust values, but they are still a long way off from being useful for anything other than comparing same neighborhood values.

You can find the Appraised Value of your home at http://www.BCAD.org or ask any REALTOR to do a FREE market analysis for you.

Good luck.

Doc Stephens, REALTOR
Web Reference: http://TellEllen.com
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun May 22, 2011
Oh.. one more thing... just because I like to give you info you can actually use...

For the zip code of 78261

There were 2 homes that were on the market at $148,000

26714 Sparrow Rdg - Taxes listed at $3,090.35
25119 Longbranch Run - Taxes listed at $3,339.00

Just cause I could! ;)

Jason
Web Reference: http://www.SAHomeExpert.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 23, 2011
Ok... this really needs to be more specific... but there are 12 homes for sale at exactly $148,000... The taxes ranged from $2200 per year to a maximum of $4200 per year. The average was about $3100. If you would like me to be a lot more specific, just tell me which house you would like to know the taxes on, and I'd be happy to send you the full tax report.

You can do research on property taxes yourself at: http://www.bcad.org
Do a property search.

Taxes reflected on those reports do not account for any exemptions you might be eligible for..

Let me know if I can dig up any info for you.

Jason C Campbell
Realtor / Mortgage Loan Officer
Keller Williams Realty
210-389-5266
Web Reference: http://www.SAHomeExpert.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 23, 2011
Rbarrera1,

Let me know which home you are interested in and I can pull the tax records for the previous year. Another source if your looking in Bexar County is BCAD.org. Call me with any questions.

Jonathan Leos
"1% Homebuyer Rebate"
210-396-1652
SellSmart Real Estate
Web Reference: http://www.MyHomeInSA.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 23, 2011
Hello, Rbarrera1. It depends on the neighborhood. Do you have an address? I would like to help you, give me a call on my cell phone. 210-685-0980. Thank you, M Foster
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 22, 2011
For actual Tax Rates go to:
http://www.bcad.org
and click on Tax info,
and then Adopted Tax Rates and Exemptions
You will find the actual tax tax rates for 2009,and 2010.

I hope that helps

Guy Rubio
Realtor
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 22, 2011
Rbarrera1,

Tax rates in Texas are not calculated based on cost, but rather tax assessed value. As a non-disclosure state these numbers (cost vs. tax assessed value) can vary widely. A home that sells for $148,000 could be assessed at $120,000 or $155,000 (arbitrary numbers for example purposes). Also, as mentioned, the tax rates are variable depending on where the home is located.

Your best bet is to look up the home at http://www.bcad.org (if the property is in Bexar County) and doing a property search. Your agent can also pull these numbers for you. Remember, the values you pull up will be for the last assessment, so the taxes may not be exact when tax time comes around.

Hope that helps!

Matt Stigliano, Realtor (r)
RE/MAX Access
(210) 646-HOME
http://www.RErockstar.com
Web Reference: http://www.rerockstar.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 21, 2011
Dear Rbarrera1,

It depends on the area the property is located at. The tax rates vary from area to area in San Antonio. It could be anywhere between $ 2,500 and $ 4,000. E-mail me and I can send you a link with all the tax rates in San Antonio: The_Realtor4U@yahoo.com

Claudia McShane
Web Reference: http://www.SAHomes4Sale.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 21, 2011
Google your "County + CAD" You can look it up there.

Or your realtor can look it up for you.

Taxes vary greatly there.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 21, 2011
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