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Old 08-09-2009, 04:22 PM
 
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Dear my fellow city-datian .

Somebody told me that the property tax in Texas is changing depend on the city you living in , is that true ?
If that is true or not true then PLEASE let me know what is the property tax in city of Arglinton (TX) for a 100K house ? and besides the state (of Texas) property tax what the other tax I have to pay ?

Many thanks.

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Old 08-09-2009, 05:39 PM
 
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cities have always had the right to set their property tax level based on voter approval in certain instances
so this is nothing new
cities in DFW area do not have the same property tax unless it is more by chance than design
any taxing entity--school districts, hospital districts, college districts--they all COULD and probably do have different tax rates from one entity to another--
for example--school districts in the DFW area can and do have different tax %, same with JPS hospital vs Parkland in Dallas...

find an MLS site and get 100K house in Arlington that is what you are looking for
check the address on www.tad.org and you will see the different tax rates/entities that the homeowner pays tax to
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Old 08-10-2009, 04:11 PM
 
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Yes it is true you will pay different taxes based on your county, city, and ISD. A 100k home in Arlington ISD would be just about $2000/yr in taxes. As mentioned above, TAD.org is a good resource as well as zillow.com.

If you are coming from out of state, be aware that there is no state income tax but there is sales tax which also varies according to city.

The cost of TX home insurance is something to be aware of too.
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