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Old 09-05-2017, 02:04 PM
 
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I don't know about the Rose Street in York but I would investigate thoroughly the other two locations.

You are aware of living within the City limits of Rock Hill you will be taxed by the City and taxed by York County. Residential property tax, vehicles, toys (boats, motorcycles, RVs.) Check with your realtor regarding the total taxes for the city and county.

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Old 09-05-2017, 02:24 PM
 
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I don't know about the Rose Street in York but I would investigate thoroughly the other two locations.

You are aware of living within the City limits of Rock Hill you will be taxed by the City and taxed by York County. Residential property tax, vehicles, toys (boats, motorcycles, RVs.) Check with your realtor regarding the total taxes for the city and county.

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Thanks I will, I am from Iowa though and your taxes don't scare me at all. Your property taxes on homes are easily 1/3rd what we pay.
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Old 09-06-2017, 08:27 AM
 
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Thanks I will, I am from Iowa though and your taxes don't scare me at all. Your property taxes on homes are easily 1/3rd what we pay.
We had the same thought when we moved here in 2006 - but I can say that our property taxes have effectively DOUBLED in those ten years, which is not something we wanted to experience again since we had rapidly rising taxes in NoNJ. Yes, they are still much, much lower than we paid in NJ, but at what point do we say enough is enough and protest the tremendous increases each year?
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Old 09-06-2017, 04:25 PM
 
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We had the same thought when we moved here in 2006 - but I can say that our property taxes have effectively DOUBLED in those ten years, which is not something we wanted to experience again since we had rapidly rising taxes in NoNJ. Yes, they are still much, much lower than we paid in NJ, but at what point do we say enough is enough and protest the tremendous increases each year?
Girl, I hear your message. The town I live in seems to think we were all raised with a silver spoon in our mouths and have endless amounts of coin in our pockets!

So would it be smarter to look in York or maybe outside of city limits where you only pay county taxes?
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Old 09-07-2017, 06:05 AM
 
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I suppose I would look at it from a long-term perspective. What are the chances that the house you buy now is the house you'll be living in in 2027? If you know it's just a 5-10 year timeframe you'll be in that particular house, then I wouldn't worry about it. Taxes will still be "low" compared to what you paid in your former state.

But if you think wherever you buy will be the place you put down permanent 10+ year roots, then perhaps the tax consequences are worth looking at.

Will my Fort Mill taxes ever reach the $10K+ we paid in NoNJ? No. But is there potential for it to hit $3000 by 2027?

I say yes.
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Old 09-10-2017, 07:45 AM
 
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I would suggest looking into the Fort Mill area. It's only 10 miles to Rock Hill sc
Ten miles from rock hill. Maybe way on the other sides
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