In New Hampshire, the real estate tax levied on a property is calculated by multiplying the assessed value of the property by the real estate tax rate of its location.
For example, the personal owners of a house in Concord valued at 100,000 dollars would have a higher tax bill than the owners of a home with the same value in Manchester, NH. This variance is the result of Manchester's lower tax ratio.
This map may very soon include a comparison of each New Hampshire's town's tax to the quality of life in its school district. Most districts with the best schools do not have the lowest taxes, but in most cases, they have the best teachers. Hard to explain, isn't it?
New Hampshire income taxes become even more interesting when you consider the median (or average) household income dollars for each NH town
A New Hampshire property tax calculator may be added soon, we are still working with the property lawyers on getting this right! The assessors are always looming nearby. Please also keep your eye our for our instructions on how to best calculate your tax credit.
Another idea we are researching is listing the best high schools in New Hampshire. Please let us know if this will be useful to you. All feedback is greatly appreciated!
Are you searching for the cheapest tax rates in New Hampshire? We are too, the data above tries to display the best rates for home buyers and mortgage loans in the state.
Every town is different. School taxes vary by the status of a town. Is it a "donor town" (ugh!) For those residents, we hope not!
From Concord, to Keene, to Rye, to Lyme, to Nashua. All bank's mortgage rates are different. We are working hard at giving you the real time quotes for every county and lender. This takes time.
2014, 2013, and 2012 are almost ready for your review. Please let us know if we are missing any towns in NH. All of your responses have been GREAT!, and we appreciate it SO MUCH. Please keep your ideas coming! We LOVE to hear from you!