States With The Lowest Property Taxes In 2022
The 10 states with the lowest property taxes are an interesting mix geographically-speaking. Five out of the 10 states are located in the U.S. South region, as designated by the Census Bureau. Four out of the 10 states with the lowest property taxes are located in the U.S. Mountain division. And one state is located in the Pacific division.
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