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Property tax in Arkansas is imposed by local government taxing districts (e.g., school districts, municipalities, counties) and administered by local officials.
Market value is the amount for which a property would sell in a competitive and open market, presuming that both buyer and seller are knowledgeable about the sale, allow sufficient time for it, and are not affected by undue pressures (e.g. foreclosures and bankruptcy).
The County Assessor establishes the assessed value for all property in Pulaski County. This represents a percentage of a property's market value and, currently, real property in Arkansas is assessed at 20%.
|Land assessed value||$2,040|
|Improvement assessed value||+||$13,160|
A variety of property tax exemptions are available in Arkansas State, which may lower the property tax bill. These are deducted from the assessed value to give the property's taxable value.
We have no information about whether any exemptions currently apply to this property. Therefore, the taxable value will be equal to the assessed value.
Property tax is calculated by multiplying the property's taxable value by the tax rates applicable to it and is an estimate of what an owner not benefiting from any exemptions would pay. The rates are expressed as millages (i.e the actual rates multiplied by 1000).
Total tax is obtained by adding special improvement district assessment, which is a flat rate levied for the provided service.
Actual taxes might differ from the figures displayed here due to various abatement and financial assistance programs.
|Tax description||Assessed value||Tax rate||Tax amount|
|Property tax with special assessment||=||$854.16|
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