what are the property taxes in Wildomar, Ca 92595 for a $180,000 home?

Asked by Joy, Riverside, CA Wed Jun 11, 2008

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Stefan West, Agent, Murrieta, CA
Thu Aug 12, 2010
Great questions and good blog Dianne. I wrote about this a few years ago and I still see people reading the original article all the time.

I just wrote a blog on this on Trulia --> http://www.trulia.com/blog/stefan_west/2010/08/temecula_prop…

Also, here is the original one I wrote that crunches numbers a bit ---> http://www.stefanwest.com/Temeculapropertytaxes.html

Good luck in your search
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Dianne Hicks, Agent, Rancho Bernardo, CA
Sun Feb 7, 2010
Joy
They really can vary. I wrote a couple of blogs to explain the property tax that might be of interest to you
Here is one on how they work

http://www.trulia.com/blog/dianne_hicks/2009/07/buyer_beware…

Here is a another one with little more about special assessments
http://www.trulia.com/blog/dianne_hicks/2010/01/temecula_pro…


Hope it helps!!!
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Jane Grant, Agent, Aguanga, CA
Sun Feb 7, 2010
Here's an update to this answer for anyone searching for information about Wildomar:

Wildomar incorporated on July 1, 2008 as a result of the incorporation of the City, the Property Taxes in Wildomar have changed. Check with the County Recorders office and the City of Wildomar for more information.

http://www.cityofwildomar.org/

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Jesse Madison, Agent, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Fri Jan 29, 2010
Yes the property taxes are slightly over 1% but depending on where this home is located there may be additional special assessments that bring your annual taxes up a little higher. To look up the taxes I would need an address. Different parts of Wildomar may have different assessments so its impossible to answer this without more information.

Feel free to contact me or any of the others on here if you need help.
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Harold Sharpe, Agent, LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ
Sun Jan 24, 2010
Hi Joy,
The property taxes you will pay will be based on the old purchase price for the first 6 months usually and that is with pushing the reassessment through at the county, and forwarding that to your bank and following up with them. After that as a usual rule of thumb, a guesstimate is 1.1% - 2.2%. Before you place an offer it is usually wise to contact the county with the address and ask specifically for the bond assessments if any to figure your taxes and melloroos, bonds etc.

I wish you the best in your home search.

Harold Sharpe
So Cal Homes Realty
http://www.socalhomes.biz
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Dianne Hicks, Agent, Rancho Bernardo, CA
Sun Jan 10, 2010
Hi Joy!
The special assessments are what you have to look out for. You must give the address for more accurate information. There is a way to go the the county records online. If you need help with that just call me, then you will be able to check taxes on any property. Here is a blog I wrote in regards to taxes, maybe it will help.http://www.trulia.com/blog/dianne_hicks/2009/07/buyer_beware…

Kindest Regards,
Dianne Hicks
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Pamela Brown…, , Folsom, CA
Sat Jun 21, 2008
Joy,
Overall property taxes vary depending on location/subdivision/community. The base tax rate is generally around 1% and then you have to add special assessments into the mix. If you send the specific address I can give you a better estimate.

Take care,
Pamela Brown-Gatlin, Broker
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