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Buying a Home in San Diego FAQ

FAQ - How much are property taxes in San Diego County?

How Much Are Property Taxes in San Diego County? 

Your total San Diego property tax bill is a combination of your  Property's Assessed Value  (PAV)  MULTIPLIED  by the  Local Tax Rate  (LTR),  PLUS  any  Special Assessments  (SA)  for that area.

Or for the mathematicians out there:

( PAV  X  LTR )  +  SA  =  Your Total San Diego Property Tax Bill

As a result, every area of San Diego is DIFFERENT when it comes to property tax rates. Not only do the local tax rates differ throughout the county...

But s
ome areas are also subject to more special assessments and Mello-Roos taxes than others.

Depending on where you live, your total property tax bill can range from about 1.0% to 2% of the assessed value of the home.

What Does Assessed Value Mean for San Diego Property Taxes?

When you buy a home in San Diego County, the County Assessor will actually place a value on your property for tax purposes. This is called your Assessed Value.

It is NOT required that the assessed value be the same as the purchase price, but that is often the case.

Many San Diego communities, such as San Elijo Hills, Carmel Valley, Eastlake, etc. have Mello-Roos or other special assessments that add to your total property tax bill.

San Diego Property Taxes Resources for Homebuyers

For a list of current local tax rates for different areas of San Diego, visit the San Diego County Treasurer's website.

And to find the current property tax bill for any specific property, visit the County Tax Collector's website.

Read Also: Why do some neighborhoods in San Diego have Mello-Roos Taxes? 

Your San Diego exclusive buyer's agent can also help you determine how much you will spend on property taxes when you buy a home in San Diego. 





About Justin Gramm

Justin Gramm is the
founder and principal broker of Globella Buyers Realty, your San Diego Exclusive Buyer Brokerage. He also writes articles about buying San Diego real estate for Globella's Blog.

Exclusive Buyer Agents
do not list homes for sale and never represent sellers. They have no "inventory" to try to sell you. They can represent you in purchasing any home.

They are specialists at representing
buyers only on the buyers' side of the transaction. Exclusive Buyer Agents work to get buyers the best price and terms when they buy a home.

Buying a Home in San Diego County 

If you have excellent credit and plan to buy a home or condo in San Diego County within 90 days, contact Justin Gramm to hire an agent on your side of the transaction. Call Justin at (858) 437-2662 or  E-mail.




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