Property Tax and Assessor Data for Dallas County, Texas
Dallas Property Taxes on the Rise
The latest ATTOM property tax and assessor data report shows that in Dallas County, Texas, the average estimated value of a single-family home dropped between 2019 and 2020. However, as the real estate industry begins to recover from the COVID-10 pandemic, prices are expected to increase once again.
Dallas County is the second-most populous county in the state of Texas with a population of 2.6 million. The city of Dallas, the county seat, is the third-largest city in Texas and the ninth-largest city in the United States.
ATTOM’s property tax report shows that, overall, the average property tax for a single-family home in 2020 was up 4.4 percent in 2019, while the effective property tax rate of 1.1 percent in 2020 was down slightly from 1.14 percent in 2019. Texas is one of the states with the highest effective tax rates along with New Jersey, Illinois, Vermont, and Connecticut.
Property Tax and Assessor Data Highlights for Dallas County, Texas
In 2020, the average price of a single-family home in Dallas County, Texas, was around $303,000. In 2019, the estimated value of a single-family home increased to around $317,000, while in 2018, the estimated value of a single-family home was $306,000.
Here are the highlights from ATTOM’s latest property tax and assessor data for Dallas County, California.
The average price of a single-family home in Dallas County, Texas, dropped between 2019 and 2020.
Average tax amounts for a single-family home in Dallas county in 2020 were just over $7,000, and the effective tax rate was 2.4 percent.
In 2019, the average property tax was just under $7,000, and the effective tax rate was around 2.2 percent.
Property taxes have gone up by 4 percent from 2019 to 2020.
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How You Can Use Property Tax and Assessor Data for Dallas County, Texas
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ATTOM analyzes property tax data collected from county tax assessor offices nationwide at the state, metro, and county levels. The data includes estimated market values of single-family homes. The effective tax rate is the average annual property tax expressed as a percentage of the average estimated market value of homes in each geographic area.