Section X of the Oklahoma's State Constitution represents the main legal document regarding taxation in the State of Oklahoma. Property taxes are determined at local levels, being used for schools, fire and police protection, and other public services and benefits.
Market value has been defined by The Supreme Court as the sale price of real estate as agreed upon between a willing buyer and willing seller, with neither being under duress to buy or sell.
Taxable value results from the application of State Question 676, passed in 1996. This act amends Article 10 of the Oklahoma Constitution and adds section 8B. In short, it limits the fair cash value of real property, for property tax purposes. The fair cash value would not increase by more than 5% in any taxable year.
Washington County Assessor is also responsible for establishing the assessed value of properties. Assessed value is calculated by multiplying taxable market value with assessment ratio, which, currently is 12%.
Exemptions and Net Assessed Value
Net assessed value represents the gross assessed value less any tax exemptions that apply. Exemptions like homestead exemption and veteran's exemption are available in Washington County, which may lower the property's tax bill.
We have no information about whether any exemptions currently apply to this property. Therefore, the net assessed value will be equal to the gross assessed value.
Property tax is calculated by multiplying the property's net assessed value by the total millage 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).
Actual taxes might differ from the figures displayed here due to various abatement and financial assistance programs, staid aid credit and special districts charges. For more information please visit the web pages of Washington County's Assessor, Treasurer or look up property's current valuation and tax situation..