What are the taxes like in bryn mawr pa?

Asked by Robbins, Sun Dec 30, 2007

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Pete Simonet…, Agent, Wayne, PA
Mon Dec 31, 2007
Thats a rather broad question. Are you asking how they are in comparison to other areas? I'll imagine that residents will say they are too high, doubt you'll find many that will agree they are "just right", but will find those moving from New Jersey that might find them a bargain.

You're probably talking about Lower Merion, but Bryn Mawr is also part of Radnor and Haverford - they are all different school districts with different taxes. If you have a specific property you're curious about, it's all public information - you can check with the township or with a local Realtor.


Pete Simonetti
Weichert Realtors
111 N. Wayne Ave.
Wayne, PA 19087
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Delaneyroe, Home Buyer, Bryn Mawr, PA
Fri Jul 8, 2016
Is there a local payroll tax for Bryn Mawr address, even if you are considered Haverford Twp?
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Edmund Choi, Agent, Paoli, PA
Mon Dec 31, 2007
Real Estate Tax Millage Rates
*2008 millage rate remains at 3.01 mills for Radnor Township real estate taxes, more commonly expressed as $3.01 per thousand dollars of a property's assessed value
*2008 millage rate for Delaware County is 4.825 mills ($4.825 per per thousand dollars ofa property's assessed value)
*2007-2008 millage rate for the Radnor School District is17.7269 ($17.7269 per thousand dollars ofa property's assessed value). The School District's 2008-2009 millage rate will be available after July 1.

One mill of real estate tax is equal to one dollar for each $1,000 of a property's assessed value. Since 2000, all real property in Delaware County is assessed by the County's Board of Assessments at a rate of 100.0% of each property's assumed market value in 1998.
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