New Hampshire 2012 Property Tax Rates
In New Hampshire, the real estate tax to be 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 owners of a house located in Concord that is valued at 100,000 dollars would have a higher tax bill than the owners of a home with the same value in Manchester. This variance is the result of Manchester's lower tax ratio.
Soon this map will include a comparison of each town's tax to the quality of its school district.