Report: Blue states have higher property taxes than red states, with New Jersey and Illinois having the highest in America

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  • Report: Blue states have higher property taxes than red states, with New Jersey and Illinois having the highest in America
    Report: Blue states have higher property taxes than red states, with New Jersey and Illinois having the highest in America

    By Ivan Cholakov | Shutterstock.com Residents of blue states pay higher property taxes than those in red states, according to a new analysis produced by the consumer financial website, WalletHub Blue states real-estate property taxes are 19.84 percent higher than red states, the report notes. Blue state property taxes […]

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