Here’s a quick breakdown of the 2022 real estate tax rates for just a few of the popular Boston suburbs. The 2022 fiscal year starts on July 1, 2021, and ends on June 30, 2022, and tax rates are calculated per thousand dollars value. As you can see, the residential tax rates for all of the towns mentioned here (with the exception of Needham) decreased from 2021 to 2022. This is great news for homeowners.
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The tax rate for all properties in Wellesley for the 2022 fiscal year is 11.68, down from 11.75 in the previous year. Wellesley's updated property assessments are submitted to the DOR each year for review and approval. Learn more about the tax rates in Wellesley.
In Weston, the tax rate for all properties decreased from 12.98 in 2021 to 12.81 in 2022. The updated property assessments are submitted to the DOR each fiscal year for review and approval. Read more about the tax rates in Weston.
For the 2022 fiscal year in Needham, residential taxes increased from 13.03 to 13.37. Needham has a split tax rate and taxes commercial and industrial property at a higher rate than residential property. You can get additional information about the tax rates in Needham here.
Hingham’s tax rate for all properties for the fiscal year 2022 is 11.56, as compared to 11.80 last year. For more information about Hingham tax rates, click here. You can search the assessment database, view current tax rates and historical rates.
The tax rate for all properties for the 2022 fiscal year in Cohasset is 12.56, down from 13.04 in the previous year. The Assessors' office is responsible for determining the fair and equitable distribution of property taxes and more. Learn more about the tax rates in Cohasset.
In Natick, tax rates for all properties decreased from 13.61 in 2021 to 13.34 in 2022. The Assessors Office is responsible for assessing all property located within Natick and manages two additional programs: the betterment/lien program, and supplemental tax on new construction. Click here for more information about tax rates in Natick.
For the 2022 fiscal year in Lexington, residential taxes decreased from 14.39 to 13.80. The Lexington Treasurer is responsible for financial transactions, including issuing Middlesex County tax bills and collecting personal and real property tax payments. Read more about tax rates in Lexington.
Lynnfield’s residential tax rate for the fiscal year 2022 is 11.99, as compared to 13.27 last year. Tax bills are mailed on a quarterly basis. For more details about tax rates in Lynnfield, click here.
The tax rate for all properties for the 2022 fiscal year in Duxbury is 12.84, down from 14.48 in the previous year. The Treasurer/Collector’s Office is responsible for collecting all monies due to the Town of Duxbury. Learn more about the tax rates in Duxbury.