The valuation of your property is determined by analyzing sales information of similar homes in your area.
Based on that analysis, your property receives an assessed valuation of 10% of its estimated property value. For example, an estimated property value of $100,000 would calculate to an assessed value of $10,000.
Taxable property is divided into two classes. Real property includes land and all buildings, structures, improvement to the land, and mobile homes. Personal property includes machinery and equipment, fixtures, furniture, and other items that are movable in nature and utilized in a business.
Household goods, vehicles licensed to operate on public highways, and personal effects are exempt from property taxation.
Mobile homes are taxable only on private property. If a mobile home is in a mobile home park, then it is not subject to ad valorem taxes.