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How Much Will The Taxes Be On That House?

That's a question I used to hear a lot while working with buyers. It used to be that whenever you bought a house, buyers were very concerned how much their taxes would go up once they bought it. The dreaded pop up tax, as they called it. With state equalized values dropping, many times there is no more pop up tax.

One nice tool to get an estimate as to what the taxes would be on a home you are considering to purchase is https://treas-secure.state.mi.us/ptestimator/ptestimator.asp  


It's very user friendly, just put in the SEV, the county and the school district and it will estimate what the homestead and non homestead taxes will be.



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Comment balloon 6 commentsMike Mitchell • March 30 2010 09:09AM


Mike: nice tool for Michigan. These are the tools a buyer wants.

Posted by LLoyd Nichols, SW Florida Homes (Premier Florida Realty of SWFL) over 8 years ago

Mike, that is an excellent resource for buyers to help calculate their taxes.  Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Tamara Camden Vacation Rental Agent (All Rentals 2 Remember, inc.) over 8 years ago

Hi Mike & Tamara, thanks for stopping by! It is a teriffic tool for consumers. I use it quite frequently!

Posted by Mike Mitchell, REALTOR (R) (Real Living Kee Realty) over 8 years ago

Mike,   Thanks for the link.   I have used this link before.    Best source would be to contact the local assessor.    The old rule of basing the taxable on what you bought it for does not work anymore.    i.e. bought a repo for way under assess value,  guess what, taxable the following year will jump up to assess value not what you paid for it.

Posted by Robert Foster (United Country-Michigan Outdoor Properties - Northern Office) over 8 years ago

I'm going to use this link. It will come in handy on a week to week basis.

Posted by Robert L. Brown, Grand Rapids Real Estate Bellabay Realty, West Mic (www.mrbrownsellsgr.com) over 8 years ago

Robert F. - thanks for commenting.

Robert B. - glad you found it usefull! I actually just used it last night, comes in very handy.

Posted by Mike Mitchell, REALTOR (R) (Real Living Kee Realty) over 8 years ago