How Do Arizona Property Tax Rates Compare to Surrounding States?


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Arizona property taxes are in the medium range, but higher than surrounding states such as Nevada, states AZCentral. The property-tax collections per capita in Arizona are in 31st place among the U.S. states, as of 2015.

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Property tax in Arizona is also higher than in the neighboring states of Utah, Colorado and New Mexico, states WalletHub. A neighboring state with a higher property tax rate is California. Arizona also has a state income tax, which some of the neighboring states such as Nevada lack. Residents of Arizona pay a combined percent in local taxes that is lower than the U.S. average, states the Tax Foundation.

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