Commercial RE

Is South Carolina a great place to live and own real estate based on value, quality of life, jobs and taxes. Let’s share a few facts about York County, SC…

Low taxes, great communities, close to major cities (Charlotte, Columbia or Greenville), major highway, solid employment opportunities, Lake Wylie, River Walk District and healthy area to retire and enjoy  life.

York County

The seventh most populous county in South Carolina, York County has property tax rates close to the state average. The largest city in the county is Rock Hill. The total millage rate in Rock Hill is around 380 mills (as of 2013). The rate applies to assessed value, which for owner-occupied residences is equal to 4% of a home’s full market value.

How Your Property Taxes Compare Based on an Assessed Home Value of $78,000 (Example only)

Lancaster County    $396
0.508% of Assessed Home Value
South Carolina          $448
0.574% of Assessed Home Value
National                         $945
1.211% of Assessed Home Value

Tax Study by County

As the summer approaches and the weather leads us to the beach or water park

South Carolina is just 0.57%, fifth lowest in the country.

Real-Estate Property Taxes by State

Rank

State

Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate

Annual Taxes on $179K Home*

State Median Home Value

Annual Taxes on Home Priced at State Median Value

1Hawaii0.27%$487$515,300$1,406
2Alabama0.43%$773$125,500$543
3Louisiana0.49%$876$144,100$707
4Delaware0.54%$959$231,500$1,243
5District of Columbia0.56%$1,000$475,800$2,665
6South Carolina0.57%$1,019$139,900$798
7West Virginia0.58%$1,044$103,800$607
8Colorado0.60%$1,073$247,800$1,489
9Wyoming0.61%$1,097$194,800$1,196
10Arkansas0.62%$1,111$111,400$693
11Utah0.68%$1,218$215,900$1,472
12New Mexico0.74%$1,324$160,300$1,188
13Tennessee0.75%$1,335$142,100$1,062
14Idaho0.76%$1,366$162,900$1,246
15Mississippi0.79%$1,408$103,100$813
16Virginia0.80%$1,420$245,000$1,948
T-17California0.81%$1,438$385,500$3,104
T-17Arizona0.81%$1,446$167,500$1,356
T-19Montana0.85%$1,525$193,500$1,652
T-19Kentucky0.85%$1,511$123,200$1,042
T-19North Carolina0.85%$1,524$154,900$1,322
T-19Nevada0.85%$1,523$173,700$1,481
23Indiana0.87%$1,560$124,200$1,085
24Oklahoma0.88%$1,569$117,900$1,036
25Georgia0.94%$1,685$148,100$1,397
26Missouri1.00%$1,790$138,400$1,387
27Florida1.06%$1,894$159,000$1,686
T-28Oregon1.08%$1,929$237,300$2,563
T-28Washington1.08%$1,931$259,500$2,805
30Maryland1.10%$1,956$286,900$3,142
31North Dakota1.12%$2,000$153,800$1,722
T-32Alaska1.18%$2,112$250,000$2,956
T-32Minnesota1.18%$2,110$186,200$2,200
34Massachusetts1.20%$2,139$333,100$3,989
35Maine1.30%$2,321$173,800$2,259
36South Dakota1.34%$2,389$140,500$1,879
37Kansas1.40%$2,502$132,000$1,849
38Iowa1.48%$2,649$129,200$1,916
39Pennsylvania1.53%$2,725$166,000$2,533
40Ohio1.56%$2,794$129,900$2,032
41New York1.62%$2,899$283,400$4,600
42Rhode Island1.63%$2,915$238,000$3,884
43Vermont1.74%$3,116$217,500$3,795
44Michigan1.78%$3,172$122,400$2,174
45Nebraska1.85%$3,308$133,200$2,467
46Texas1.90%$3,386$136,000$2,578
47Wisconsin1.96%$3,499$165,800$3,248
48Connecticut1.97%$3,517$270,500$5,327
49New Hampshire2.15%$3,838$237,300$5,100
50Illinois2.30%$4,105$173,800$3,995
51New Jersey2.35%$4,189$315,900$7,410