The total taxable value per capita of Niles, MI was $17,391 in 2020.

Total Taxable Value Per Capita

Total Taxable Value

Property Tax is the total amount of revenue collected based on a percentage of the value of all land and real property within a government entity.

Total Taxable Value Per Capita is the total value of all land and real property per resident.

Total Taxable Value is the financial worth assigned to property by taxing authorities that is used as a basis or factor against which the tax rate is applied.

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Finance and Property Tax Datasets Involving Niles, MI

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    EBRP Tax Roll | Last Updated 2022-04-19T20:16:49.000Z

    This dataset is a full listing of tax parcels in East Baton Rouge Parish including the cities of Baton Rouge, Baker, Central and Zachary. The records contained herein include information about taxpayers, homestead exemptions, adjudications, property details, and many other topics. The Assessor's Office provides this information for public use in an effort to better serve the taxpayers and property owners of East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

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    Defaulted Tax Data | Last Updated 2022-05-21T11:15:12.000Z

    County of Sonoma Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector listing of defaulted tax data. The data provided indicates prior year delinquent tax information as of July 1st in this current fiscal tax year.

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    Uniform Assessment | Last Updated 2022-03-08T13:45:06.000Z

    One measure of a municipality's financial health is its own-source revenue base as represented by the total uniform assessment. This figure is the total of the taxable property assessment plus the value of grants municipality receives from special property tax arrangements.

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    CAMA Property Inventory - Residential and Commercial Combined | Last Updated 2022-05-22T07:31:50.000Z

    All properties in the Municipality of Anchorage including data elements that are common to both residential and commercial properties. Disclaimer This is unofficial, unaudited data that is subject to revision. This data may contain minor errors or discrepancies not present in official, audited data and reports. This data is intended as a starting point for citizens and researchers to begin their exploration of the Municipality of Anchorage’s property and valuation data.

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    Personal Property Data | Last Updated 2022-05-17T16:34:36.000Z

    Personal property typically includes items used by a company to conduct business. Generally, personal property does not include property which is attached to a building or to the land. Examples of personal property which may be assessed include furniture, fixtures, electronic equipment, telephones and machinery.

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    Property Assessment Data from Local Assessment Rolls | Last Updated 2022-02-25T16:35:32.000Z

    This dataset is comprised of the final assessment rolls submitted to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance – Office of Real Property Tax Services by 996 local governments. Together, the assessment rolls provide the details of the more than 4.7 million parcels in New York State. The dataset includes assessment rolls for all cities and towns, except New York City. (For New York City assessment roll data, see NYC Open Data []) For each property, the dataset includes assessed value, full market value, property size, owners, exemption information, and other fields. Tip: For a unique identifier for every property in New York State, combine the SWIS code and print key fields.

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    2013 Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act Rpt | Last Updated 2016-11-18T18:29:15.000Z

    This table is generated off of a report for the Michigan legislature. To see the full report and footnotes, go to

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    Financial Trends Monitoring System Data | Last Updated 2020-08-05T21:12:34.000Z

    This data is pulled from the annual Financial Trends Monitoring System (FTMS). The KCSTAT dashboards for Finance and Governance provide visualizations of this data, along with narrative to explain what these indicators mean. The FTMS report itself goes also provides a great deal of narrative, and can be viewed by visiting:

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    2019-2020 Assessment Roll | Last Updated 2022-02-28T15:09:00.000Z

    This dataset contains information pertaining to the assessed value of properties within the City of Buffalo. Accurate property inventory/information is vital to an equitable assessment and the City of Buffalo is committed to providing fair and equitable assessments in each annual Assessment Roll so that property owners pay only their fair share of property taxes.

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    Real Property Tax Rates | Last Updated 2015-06-22T11:56:42.000Z

    The Levy Year 2012 real property tax rate dataset reflects all the rates per $100 set each year by the County Council. These rates are applied to the assessed value of the real property to derive the applicable ad valorem tax. The fully phased-in assessed value equals the full cash value of the property. The real property tax is levied annually on all taxable land and improvements. The tax rate schedule is updated annually. A detailed tax rate schedule for all tax classes is available by clicking on “Tax Rates” under the link for “County Taxes” when visiting the County website at or by calling 311 (240-777-0311). Update Frequency: Annually