Connecticut Property Tax Mill Rates ~ 2013.

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Connecticut Property Tax Mill Rates ~ 2013.

July 25, 2013.

In Connecticut the property assessment is equal to 70% of the fair market value of the property as established by the municipal Assessor. The property tax rate is expressed in mills or thousandths of a dollar. A tax rate (mill rate) of 11.74 mills is equivalent to $11.74 of taxes per $1,000 of assessed value.

Each town sets its own mill rate; some municipalities have different mill rates for different districts within that town. Assessment dates for property on the Grand List must be assessed by October 1st of the preceding year. So for property taxes due July 1st, 2013 and January 1, 2014 are determined from assessments computed by the town assessor prior to October 1, 2012. Typically the majority of Connecticut towns, real property taxes are payable for the current tax year on July 1st and January 1st, this is the same as the state’s fiscal year. But in some towns payments are made quarterly so check with town hall first.

Home sellers take note that the Connecticut Real Estate Conveyance Tax has increased 0.25% as of July 1st, 2011, click here to read more.

For Fairfield County, Connecticut here are property Mill rates for individual towns. Information provided by the Connecticut Multiple Listing Service, please verify with each town hall.

 

MUNICIPALITIES OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY, CONNECTICUT

TOWN                          2013 MILL RATE                            

 

BETHEL 31.5
BRIDGEPORT 41.855
BROOKFIELD 25.4
DANBURY 26.8
DARIEN 13.17
EASTON 29.3
FAIRFIELD 23.93
GREENWICH 10.675  w/septic
  11.311  w/sewer
MONROE 30.41
NEW CANAAN 15.219  w/sewer
  14.586  w/septic
NEW FAIRFIELD      25.64
NEWTOWN 33.32
NORWALK  Districts 1,2,3
  22.142 w/garbage
  21.636 No Garbage
  Districts 4
  22.187 w/garbage
  21.681 No Garbage
  District 5 ~ 21.682
  District 6 ~ 20.157
REDDING 28.95
RIDGEFIELD 25.38
SHELTON 22.31
SHERMAN 16.845
STAMFORD 24.04 "A"
  23.55 "B"
  22.67 “C”
  22.10 "CS"
STRATFORD 34.64
TRUMBULL 31.286
  0.50 Long Hill FD
  0.66 Trumbull Center
  0.79 Nichols Center
WESTON 23.89
WESTPORT 18.07
WILTON 25.9896
   

 

 

 For a complete list of Connecticut Property Mill Rates go to the Greater Fairfield County Multiple Listing Service, www.ct-mls.com  .

 

  

David Popoff is a certified “Green” Realtor in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut.

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Kathy Clulow
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David - it's interesting how different jurisdictions have different ideas on what value should be taxed, Here in Ontario they use a mass market valuation process every four years to determine their version of "market" value (which seldom equates to the market value that a real estate agent would put on the property). Any increase in the value from the assessment four years earlier is then phased in over the next four years. My web guy hubby has always appealed our assessments and is continuously getting it reduced. assuming no change in the mill rate over the next four years his latest appeal has resulted in a savings of somewhere in the neighborhood of $2,000 spread over the next four years

Jul 26, 2013 05:31 PM #1
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Nick T Pappas
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David, great info for Connecticuit residents. I find it interesting to see the variance in millage rates between areas.
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Joe Petrowsky
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It seems when someone gets a notice that a revaluation is coming, the reaction is always one of higher taxes are coming. I was recently surprised that a property I own actually dropped in assessment. Since I don't have any interest in selling, it is good for me.

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David Popoff
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All great comments above, home prices vary greatly between towns thus the mill rates as well. Year to Date Average Sold Home Price IN :-

Greenwich    $1,641,223

Norwalk        $543,816

Weston         $882,703

Monroe         $356,355

provided by WPSIR LOCAL MARKET TRENDS REPORT 

http://www.williampitt.com/eng

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