2018 Massachusetts Property Tax Rates

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Last updated: September 28, 2019

About Taxes on Property in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, property real estate taxes are calculated by multiplying the value of the property by the real estate tax of the location. This is no different from many other New England states, like New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

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We plan to add a listing of the lowest property taxes in Massachusetts as well as a list of the towns in MA with the highest property tax rates. Unfortunately, this list always changes, so if we do fall behind in the list, please excuse us! We are trying our very best. Software is expensive, and developers can be sometimes be overtaxed.

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Map of 2018 Massachusetts Property Tax Rates

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2018 Property Tax Rates for Massachusetts Towns

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