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Vermont (VT) Property Tax Info

Property Tax Rank in US (best =1) 49
Corporate Tax Rank in US (best =1) 45
Sales Tax Rank in US (best =1) 16
Effective Real-Estate Tax Rate 1.80%
Is Personal Property Taxable Yes 
Vermont State Website
Capital Montpelier
Largest City Burlington
Largest Metro Area 221,083

Important Dates

For Real Property

  • Vermont Property Tax Filing Deadline Apr 1
  • Vermont Property Tax Appeal Deadline Within 14 Days of Grand List of good cause

For Business Personal Property

  • BPP Filing (Rendition) Deadline 20-Apr
  • BPP Appeal Deadline May 20

Vermont Property Tax Rate

There are two types of property taxes in Vermont: local property taxes and the state education tax rate. Local property tax rates are determined by municipalities and are applied to a home’s assessed value. The assessed value is determined by local assessors, who are called listers in Vermont. The state’s “education tax” supports schools (as do local school district taxes in most other states) and is the largest single source of property taxes in Vermont.

Vermont Property Tax Rate - personal property tax

The average effective property tax rate in Vermont is 1.86%, which ranks as the fifth-highest rate in the U.S. The typical homeowner in Vermont can expect to spend $4,340 annually in property taxes.