Building a custom home that has the amenities you need is quite different from purchasing a pre-owned home from a real estate building especially when we are talking about property taxes. Without the exact figure based on the historical amount, how will you know how much you need roll into your mortgage or save? This has kept a lot of families wondering about the ongoing costs of homeownership especially when it comes to buying a newly built home. As confusing as it may seem at first, it actually just requires a little untangling. With a little research and legwork, you can have an answer that will relieve you of your stress that is related to your new home’s property taxes.
Property Taxes In Your Location
It does not matter where you construct your house, you will always be required to pay property taxes. If you are new to homeownership, you might not even realize that property taxes differ from one municipality to another. Generally, property taxes are evaluated by the local government, but also have federal and state consideration.
The first kind of tax that goes into calculating any property tax is the millage for your specific jurisdiction. The millage is a property tax that is due for every $1,000 in property assessment; it’s actually presented in the form of a percentage. For example, when your property is evaluated at $200,000, and the mill levy or millage rate is 1%, you need to multiply the $200,000 by 0.1 to obtain $2,000, which is the amount you have to pay for your millage tax.