Colorado Property & Real Estate Taxes
Median Property Tax In Colorado
Median Property Tax
As Percentage Of Home Value
Median Property Tax
As Percentage Of Income
Median Home Value In Colorado
Median Income In Colorado
The median property tax in Colorado is $1,437.00 per year, based on a median home value of $237,800.00 and a median effective property tax rate of 0.60%. You can look up your recent appraisal by filling out the form below.
Colorado's Median Property Tax Is Lower Than Average
30th out of 50
By median yearly property tax
39th out of 50
By percentage of median home value
36th out of 50
By percentage of median income
Colorado collects relatively low property taxes, and is ranked in the bottom half of all states by property tax collections. Lower real estate taxes may be offset by higher state sales or income taxes. Higher property taxes in dollars may also be the result of higher property values than other states.
Colorado Property Taxes By County
While this page shows statewide Colorado property tax statistics, more precise property tax statistics can be found at county level. Colorado has a total of sixty four counties, and each county has a unique process for assessing and calculating property tax.
If you would like to estimate the property tax on a home like yours in Colorado, enter your most recent property valuation in the property tax estimator below. Results are based on median taxes in all counties, and will open in a new page.
All of the counties in Colorado are listed in the table below, sorted by median property tax from highest to lowest, left to right. Choose your county from the list below for more information about your local property tax. To compare property taxes in different counties, try out our interactive property tax map of Colorado.
U.S. Census Bureau
American Community Survey, 2006-2010
The Tax Foundation
Property Tax Calculations, July 2012
Colorado Department of Revenue
Tax Statistics & References