These 10 Counties In West Virginia Take The Least Amount Of Your Money
Nobody likes paying taxes, but they’re hard to escape. There are obviously some places that pay more in taxes than others. Here are the 10 counties in West Virginia where property taxes are the lowest, according to tax-rates.org. The website looked at the average amount of property taxes collected in each county.
For comparison’s sake, Jefferson County collects the most in property taxes, at $1,379 per year for a home worth the median value of $255,800. That’s about .54 percent of a home’s assessed value.
Here are the counties that collect the lowest property taxes, in no particular order.
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