What If You Didn’t Have to Pay Property Taxes This Year?
Five Great Properties With Zero Property Taxes
Death and taxes are commonly considered the only two guarantees in life, but what if you were able to scrap one of those two nefarious things? No, we haven’t found the wellspring of eternal life, but there are some properties scattered around this great land where you can actually get away with owning a home while paying zero in property tax.
So, if you’re in the market for a new home or some property to build on, we have some options available for you. Here are five great properties for sale around the country with no property taxes.
If you’re 55 or older and you want to move to sunny Florida, then the home located at 642 Sunview Street in Davenport, FL will allow you the luxury of living in style without the hassle of paying property taxes. This two bedroom, two bathroom home comes complete with a den and all of the furniture (besides the beds) included.
The lot is rented, but with the money you save from not having to pay property taxes, you’ll be more than able to afford it.
You’ll also have plenty left over for taking in the local golf resorts, state parks, cafes and restaurants, and shopping. Plus, being right outside Orlando will have you in prime position to take your visiting family to the world’s best theme parks.
As you might tell by the address, Mile 4.5 Edgerton in Copper Center, Alaska is remote. And with no property taxes, this one bedroom log cabin is just perfect for a wooded vacation home, hunting cabin, or full time escape from modern society. This home is surrounded by trees and invisible from the road, so you’ll be able to live in complete harmony with nature in your own private and blissfully quiet slice of heaven.
At 98 White Oaks Drive in Pennsville, New Jersey, you’ll find a cozy two bedroom home in a well maintained 55-and-over mobile home community. This home backs up to a dense wooded area, so sitting out back is like living in your very own national park.
Plus, the home’s interior has recently been completely renovated, meaning all of the money you save from not paying property taxes can go to so many other, more enjoyable things, like visiting Fort Mott, Finn’s Point, Riverview Beach Park, the Killcohook National Wildlife Refuge, and more. You’ll also be close to the Delaware Bay, Philadelphia, and Cape May.
Another beautiful property in Alaska, this one at Mile 1872 on the Glenn Highway in Glennallen is available for either residential or commercial use. It sits right along the woods, but the highway passes by on one edge of the property, making it ideal for any small business venture.
The A-frame home does need a little TLC, but with zero property taxes, you’ll be able to make the repairs with the money you’ll save and still have some left over for enjoying everything the Cooper Valley has to offer, like rafting, fishing, hiking, and other outdoor recreations. There’s also the George Ashby Museum, the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve (America’s biggest park), and so much more to see!
There’s a lot to love about the property at 148 Waterloo Drive in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. For starters – no property tax! But, it also requires no flood insurance, there’s no HOA, and no covenants or restrictions. This is an SCPCA Leased Lot at Overton on Lake Moultrie with two nice storage buildings, city water, a well, and a septic tank.
The community even has two boat ramps for the avid boater, and Moncks Corner is filled with plenty of things to see and do, like the Palmetto Trail, the Francis Marion National Forest, Mepkin Abbey, and so much more. There’s a 24 x 56 slab already laid on the land, you just need to build your ideal home on it and you’re set!