Landlord Double Property Tax

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Do all states have double property taxation for Landlords? If not, does anyone have a list of the ones that do? I know Texas and Indiana do.

It’s not necessarily double, but All states have lower rates for owner occupants than for investors.  It’s not really one of the more important factors to consider.

Texas does not have double property tax for landlords/investors.

Texas provides an exemption and a yearly cap for owner occupants(Homestead) that provides a small discount on property taxes and a 10% yearly cap on the rise of the appraised value

Originally posted by @Wayne Brooks :

It’s not necessarily double, but All states have lower rates for owner occupants than for investors.  It’s not really one of the more important factors to consider.

 That's a broad brush statement, which, like most of its kind, is not true.

@Sylvia B. So, what’s Not correct....are there some states where owner occupants don’t get some type of reduced/capped rise in rates?

I stand by the part about the tax rate not being the most important factor, as opposed to the rent to price ratio, appreciation, stability of the rental sector, etc.

Originally posted by @Wayne Brooks :

@Sylvia B. So, what’s Not correct....are there some states where owner occupants don’t get some type of reduced/capped rise in rates?

Missouri.