Calculate your Raleigh property tax

June 24, 2008 1:15:11 PM PDT
Let ABC11.com help you calculate your Wake County (Raleigh residents) property tax bill.

Note this calculator is only valid for Raleigh residents.

First, find out the assessed value of your home by logging on to: http://services.wakegov.com/realestate/

Take the assessed value of your home and divide it by 100.

For example, if your home is assessed at $150,000, you would calculate $150,000/100 = 1500.

You will use that number to calculate your estimated property taxes, which are calculated based on a tax rate per each $100 of assessed property value.

Use that figure, in our example $1500, and multiply it by both Wake County's property tax rate and Raleigh's property tax rate.

Wake County's property tax rate is 53.4 cents per $100 of assessed property value.

Raleigh's property tax rate is 37.35 cents per $100 of assessed property value.

So in this example:
Wake County: .534 X 1500 = $801 in property taxes to Wake County
Raleigh: .3735 X 1500 = $560.25 in property taxes to Raleigh

Total property taxes for a home assessed at $150,000 would be roughtly $1361.25


Load Comments