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Montana (MT) Property Tax Info

Property Tax Rank in US (best =1) 12
Corporate Tax Rank in US (best =1) 21
Sales Tax Rank in US (best =1) 3
Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate 0.80%
Is Personal Property Taxable Yes 
Montana State Website http://mt.gov/
Capital Helena
Largest City Billings
Largest Metro Area 171,677
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Montana Personal Property Tax Rate Records

Property taxes in Montana are based on your total tax rate and the taxable value of your home. Taxable value is based on your home’s market value, but the state of Montana calculates it using a somewhat complicated formula.

it’s a good idea to get familiar with the Montana property tax system. Montana has relatively low taxes on residential real estate. The state’s average effective property tax rate is 0.83%, well below the U.S. average, which currently stands at 1.07%.

In part, rates in Montana are low because the system is structured to reduce the burden on homeowners. The taxable value for an owner-occupied residential property is only a small percentage of the property’s market value. Commercial and business property also receive big exemptions.

Montana Property Tax Rate - personal property tax Records

Montana has relatively low taxes on residential real estate. The state’s average effective property tax rate is 0.83%, lower than the national average of 1.07%.

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Important Dates

For Real Property

  • Montana Property Tax Filing Deadline Mar 1
  • Montana Property Tax Appeal Deadline The later of the 1st Monday in June or 30 days after receiving either 1) a notice of classification and appraisal or 2) a determination after the assessment review procedure

For Business Personal Property

  • BPP Filing (Rendition) Deadline 1-Mar
  • BPP Appeal Deadline The later of the 1st Monday in June or 30 days after receiving either 1) a notice of classification and appraisal or 2) a determination after the assessment review procedure
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