Crown Point is currently at 1% of the assessed value for residential, but that is not carved in stone yet, it can change unless "we vote yes to question one" on November 2nd. If this passes it will then be in the Indiana Constitution and won't be able to be raised unless the constitution is changed. So lets make history and vote yes!
Crown Point, as is Indiana in general, is in the midst of a campaign to "cap" property taxes. Proposed tax cap would be 1% of the market value for residential real estate, and a cap of 3% for commercial. As mentioned, there are 2 townships that comprise Crown Point, but a Realtor would be able to assist you with taxes and more on a specific property in Crown Point and other cities in Northwest Indiana.
Here's some other information that may be of help on this subject from the local newspaper:
Like the other answer, it is difficult to pin pint an exact rate in Crown Point. Plus, Crown Point has different a townships that are taxed differently. The best advice would be when you have found the home you are interested in you can view that website listed, but if you call you can speak with someone that can explain to you in better detail why the tax is what it is. Also, if working with an agent they will have access to the tax info as well as a lender if working with one as well.
Use the web link below and you can search any property in lake county. With the exemptions in Indiana, it is hard to give a specific tax rate and be acurate on any specific property. This site is free to the public and is very useful tool when considering buying a new home.