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Property taxes across the country with its Financial Infographics provides this interesting visual of state-by-state property taxes assessed owner-occupied homes.

State-by-state-property-taxes_Financial-Infographics Click on the image for a larger view; once it opened in a new browser, I had to click it again to get a more easily "readable" size.

How glad am I that my home state of Texas leads the nation in property taxes as a percentage of home value.

Guess that sort of balances out the no-income-tax break for us Lone Star State residents who own houses.

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Jean Matson

Are the tax numbers a combination of "school taxes" and "government (state, county, town, village taxes? The New York number looks very low to me.

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