The Taxing of MH in Calistoga

NapaValleyRegister informs MHProNews John Tuteur, assessor in Calistoga, Calif. clarifies the difference in how owners of manufactured homes pay taxes. Homes that were installed before June 30, 1980 are dunned $16 per year for an in-lieu property tax, much like an automobile registration. Approximately 405 of the 523 factory-built homes in the three Calistoga communities qualify for this category, which raises $6,480 in taxes. The 118 owners of manufactured homes installed after June 30, 1980 pay an average of $689 in property taxes, much like a conventional home, which raises $81,382 in taxes. In addition, the owners of the MHCs pay a total property tax of $183,290.

(Photo credit:  SanteePatch–Santee Calif.)

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