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Wake County, North Carolina Property Tax Rates – 2020 Tax Year

Tax Development Jun 12, 2020

Millage rates for three of the largest North Carolina counties have been proposed for the 2020 tax year, with notable changes for Wake County.Millage rates for three of the largest North Carolina counties have been proposed for the 2020 tax year, with notable changes for Wake County which underwent a substantial reassessment this year. Property taxes across the state are technically due September 1 but are not considered delinquent unless paid after January 5, 2021. Outlined below are the latest in proposed 2020 millage rates for Wake, Mecklenburg, and Durham counties. These are expected to be adopted July 1, 2020.

Raleigh Millage Rates

 

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Durham Millage Rates

 

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