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2011 Johnston County Property Taxes | Johnston County NC Property Tax Guide
2011 Jonston County NC Property Tax Guide How much are property taxes for Johnston County NC new homes?
How much are Johnston County, NC new home property taxes? That's a very common question.
Johnston County borders Wake County on the southeastern side. 
Johnston County is home to Benson, Clayton, Four Oaks, Kenly, Micro, Pine Level, Princeton, Selma, Smithfield, and Wilson's Mills. 
For folks commuting to downtown Raleigh or RTP, popular destinations include Clayton, Archer's Lodge, and the southern outskirts of Wendell, as well as Smithfield slightly farther out (which is also home to the Raleigh area's largest outlet mall - Carolina Premium Outlets at Smithfield). 
Clayton is about 17 miles away from the center of downtown Raleigh.
When were Johnston County NC property values last adjusted (assessed)? Johnston County revalues all real estate at least every eight years, per NC requirements. 
This procedure allows the Tax Department to adjust the appraised value of real estate to reflect the property's true value in light of changing real estate market conditions. 
Land values within Raleigh have risen, and in general, less land is available for homes.  In Johnston County, homebuyers can generally find more home or land for their money than within Wake County. 
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