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Anna, Home Buyer in Hemet, CA

what is the property tax rate san jacinto ca 92582?

Asked by Anna, Hemet, CA Wed Mar 5, 2008

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Most cities will have the tax rate and in Addition to there can be assessments. In the new neighborhoods of San Jacinto built primarily since 2005 there are definitely assessments that are broken down on the tax bill. The realtor is suppose to disclose that information so that you are not shocked when you get your property tax bill. Also when the market in not this down market, it is not uncommon to get a supplemental tax bills in 2 payemtns the first year (which is the difference between what the property was worth and how much more you paid for it compared the last owners). In this market since at this time people are paying less than the last owner -you shouldn't see a supplemental bill most likely. Imagine the high tax rate if you were paying 300-400K for a home at 1.12% and then throwing the assessments in there too. What I found interesting it that it made more sense to try to buy the biggest home possible because the assessments were just as high for homes that were 1600 as they were for 2500 squa
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 25, 2011
I just bought a home in San Jacinto. Make sure your lender knows what they are doing. I thought I would be okay when mine gave me my payment. The moment of truth was when I got the property taxes in the mail...Besides the 1.2% or so that you pay...there are additional charges...OMG! Fire Dept pmts x 3 and they range from 435.00 to 615.00..and the police dept gets money as well....Needless to say...I am shocked and astounded. I was told that my taxes would be about 1700 per year...well, they are 3600 per year...oh, and that was at the former owners rate...mine will be going up a lot! Good luck.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Oct 21, 2010
You can input the addresses of the homes you are interested in at this website. It will show you a copy of the tax bill for the home without actually paying.

Web Reference: http://www.soreal.biz
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Mar 13, 2010
Property taxes vary depending on builder and time period. Here is a blog I wrote to help consumers understand the process. If you still have questions. please feel free to call me and ask.. I want you to understand the property taxes, it is a very important factor in the decision of buying a home.

the link inside this blog actually describes more detail so be sure to read it... here it is http://www.trulia.com/blog/dianne_hicks/2010/01/temecula_pro…

Good Luck!!!
Web Reference: http://www.di4homes.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Mar 13, 2010
Hi Anna, You are getting good info from the previous posts. There is no one tax rate for an entire city. It depends on where the home is located and then you must factor in the tax rate for the home plus the assessments. Then you will know what the total taxes are for that property. You can google the riverside county tax assessor, go to the website and find out the taxes on any property you wish. Or ask your agent to do this for you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Mar 13, 2010
Sean is correct, this year in 2010, my taxes went down to 1.0948 and special assessments were $2,800.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 11, 2010
There is no single tax rate for a zip code. Instead, the County divides itself up into tax rate areas. To make it more confusing, there are also special districts and assessments that are particular to individual houses, streets, and tracts.

You can look up the tax bill for any house in Riverside County online. Drop me a line and I'll be happy to show you how.

Good luck!
Web Reference: http://frclsrTV.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 6, 2008
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