Pima County Property Tax Rate Holds Steady

The budget submitted for next fiscal year to the county supervisors recommends a $1.23 billion budget that includes no change in the property tax rate for Pima County. Coupled with most property seeing declining assessed values, this should mean most people will have a reduced tax burden. However, other factors which can add cost to your tax bill include school districts, fire departments and voter approved levies. At least there is good news that the rate charged by the county is likely to remain unchanged. Of course this allows residents to save more money and could potentially help stimulate the local economy slightly as well. If nothing else a reprieve from tax increases will be a positive sign to counter other inflating commodities.

Stephen Woodall
REALTOR, GRI @ Long Realty Company
Stephen has made real estate his full-time career and passion since 2008, primarily specializing in the Foothills & the Northwest Tucson areas of Oro Valley and Marana. He is a multi-million dollar producer, representing both sellers & buyers. Stephen has tremendous experience in new home sales, listing & selling primary residences, listing & selling vacant land, listing & selling luxury homes, investment properties, rentals, and real estate development parcels.

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