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Are Colorado Property Taxes High?

“The business-supported Tax Foundation lists Colorado 6th best for business among all 50 states in its 2010 Business Property Tax Index. (Factoring in all taxes, Colorado ranked 13th best in the Tax Foundation’s overall Business Tax Climate Index.) Residential property taxes in Colorado are low. According to the Tax Foundation the property tax levied on the average Denver home is 0.53% of home value. In comparison Los Angeles is 0.50%, Cheyenne 0.65%, Miami 0.90%, Bergen County, New Jersey 1.63% and Dallas 2.12%.  Colorado homeowners enjoy low property tax rates."

Source: Colorado Municipal League

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