Vermont Property Taxes

Property Taxes

Property Tax Rates in Vermont by county. Click on the map below to view rates for a particular county.

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Property Taxes vary across Vermont based on County. The average Property Tax Rate in Vermont is 1.78%.

The highest state average Property Tax Rate in the United States is 2.33% in New Jersey. The lowest state average Property Tax Rate in the United States is 0.27% in Hawaii.

View the Property Taxes Overview for detailed information about Property Taxes. Click on a specific county on the map or from the table below for detailed Property Tax information. You can also learn how property taxes are calculated and about their history.

How does Vermont compare?

The highest Property Tax Rate, in Vermont is 2.02% in Windsor County. The lowest Property Tax Rate, is 1.42% in Grand Isle County.

Vermont (1.78%) has a 74.5% higher Property Tax Rate, than the average of the US (1.02%).

Vermont is rank 5th out of 52 States and territories. The Property Tax Rates are higher than 47 other States and territories. Vermont is the 5th most expensive State or territory in terms of Property Tax Rates.

Learn how property taxes affect the cost of homes and rents in an Vermont.

Average Property Taxes for Vermont

Property Tax Rate
Property Value
Property Tax
Counties in Vermont (14)
County Rank Property Tax Rate Property Value Property Tax
Windsor County 1st 2.02% $249,700 $5,050
Washington County 2nd 1.97% $278,000 $5,478
Rutland County 3rd 1.96% $203,500 $3,997
Windham County 4th 1.95% $250,000 $4,866
Caledonia County 5th 1.91% $197,700 $3,774
Orange County 6th 1.87% $231,000 $4,311
Essex County 7th 1.82% $151,200 $2,747
Addison County 8th 1.78% $311,200 $5,528
Bennington County 8th 1.78% $243,000 $4,317
Orleans County 10th 1.76% $196,700 $3,459
Lamoille County 11th 1.71% $270,700 $4,641
Chittenden County 12th 1.69% $378,300 $6,404
Franklin County 13th 1.59% $263,200 $4,186
Grand Isle County 14th 1.42% $339,600 $4,839

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