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New Jersey has the highest property taxes collected per capita of all 50 states, according to the latest Tax Foundation analysis.

The five states with the highest property taxes collected per person are: New Jersey ($3,378), New Hampshire ($3,362), Connecticut ($3,107), New York ($3,025), and Vermont ($2,738).

The District of Columbia ($3,740) collects the most property taxes per capita but is not included in the foundation’s state rankings.

The states with the lowest property taxes collected per capita are: Alabama ($598), Oklahoma ($771), Arkansas ($776), Tennessee ($799), and New Mexico ($832).

Nationwide, the per capita property tax collected was $1,675. The Tax Foundation’s 2021 nationwide findings are based on 2018 fiscal year data, the most current available.

Last year, using 2017 fiscal year data, New Jersey ($3,276) was ranked second behind New Hampshire ($3,307), according to the Tax Foundation. In last year’s report, the national property taxes collected per capita figure was $1,617.

Read the entire 2021 Tax Foundation report here.