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August 1949


UNITED STATES DEPARTMEffT OF AGRICULIUE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Vashington, D. C.






FARM REAL ESTATE TAXES IN 1948


". Farm real estate taxes per acre averaged about 8 percent higher in
19.8 than in 1947. This is the fifth consecutive year in which the aver-
I age for the country as a whole has risen. Average taxes per acre for the
United States increased from $0.53 in 1947 to $0.57 in 1948 and the index
:. (1909-13 = 100) advanced from 254 to 275 (tables 1 and 2). This rate of
'.v increase, however, is not as great as it was for 1947 when the index rose
.| 15 percent. The index series, which goes back to 1890, is now nearing the
S" 41l-time high of 281 that was reached in 1929.




PERCENT 1M DOLLARS

300 Taxes per acre __ Taxes per $ 100 0
0 Index numbers (1909-1J 100) OO of value

250 %---.-- -- .- .25


200 1.00


150 75


100 .50


50 .25
BAE 39891
0 1 1 1 J l I l 1 I I I I I I I I_ I I 1 1 1 1 1 0


FARM REAL ESTATE TAXES, UNITED STATES, 1910-48


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Taxes per $100 of real estate value fortheUnited States increased
to $1.00 in 1948 from $0.96 in 1947 (table 3). This is only the second
rise in the tax-value ratio to appear in a decade. From 1939 to 1944,
taxes per $100 of value fell each year chiefly because the value of farm
real estate advanced substantially. In 1945 and 1946, however, percentage
increases in taxes matched increases in land values and in 1947 and 1948
exceeded them.

Of the various groups of States, only the West South Central region
showed no change in the index from 194? to 1948. This is in contrast to
the Pacific division where the index rose from 342 to 396, a gain of 54
points in the same period.

For a few States, the index of taxes per acre shows a trend that
differs from that of the preceding year. For Rhode Island, Tennessee,
and Texas,the indexes fell 4, 7, and 14 points, respectively. It is worth
noting that general retail sales taxes were introduced into the revenue
systems of Rhode Island and Tennessee in 1947. In Delaware, Arkansas,
Montana, and New Mexico, taxes per acre remained the same, but the indexes
(which are based on taxes per acre before rounding to the nearest cent)
actually increased except in Delaware. Taxes per acre again increased in
Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi after several years of little or no
change. The index of taxes per acre for Washington rose 77 points to 291
in contrast to a decrease shown for the previous year. This was the larg-
est percentage increase among the 48 States.

Taxes per $100 of value increased in 1948, as in the previous year,
in more than three-fourths of the States. Only in the West South Central
region was there a net reduction in every State; elsewhere States showing
a decrease wore widely scattered. The trendfor the United States reflects
the fact that, generally speaking, taxes increased proportionately more
than did values. The evidence suggests, even more than in the previous
year, that land values are losing their upward momentum whereas taxes con-
tinue to rise. The largest rise shown was in the Pacific States, although
significant increases occurred in individual States in other widely scat-
tered regions.

Increased taxes in most States are the over-all results of a con-
tinuing demand for more and better public services, particularly schools
and roads. In some States, assorted local factors have affected tax rates.
In Illinois, for instance, increased assessed values (at the same or higher
tax rates) have resulted recently from a new assessment-equalization pro-
gram whereby the State equalizes annually all local assessments. In Ten-
nessee, both increases and decreases in property taxes were reported by
the various counties of the State. The increases were made either to Im-
plement the school building program, to increase teachers' salaries, or
to build roads. But in other counties, sales-tax funds, which became
available for the first time during this period, enabled public officials
to proceed withtheir school-expansion programswithout increasing property
taxes. In some cases these funds made it possible for them actually to
lower taxes.

The three tables that follow show farm real estate tax levies per
acre, index numbers of tax levies per acre, and tax levies per $100 of
real estate value, by States.





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Tabls 1.- Tax lev Ies a fam real estate: Amamt per awre, by States, average 1909-13
annual 1920, 1925, 1930, 1935, 1910, 1945-48


State ea
Ulvielon


N a .................
*sm 60.6ir8 .........
T--Ott .............
NowEvbshire

uma utt .........
Shode Island ..........
Ooaectiout ...........
low N.gland ......

low York ..e..........
NOW Jesey6 ........
i- l-ala ........
Middle Atlantic ......
Ohio ..e~..
Iadla .a ........
Illinola ..............
ichliam-n ... ...
NincomolB .............
hat North Central ...

rMinesota ............
Iow aoo6. ..............
North BDkota .........
South kohta ..........
kenIsa 0 .............

est North Cenotral ...

DlaVare ...........
MIbrylad ..............
Virginia ..............
Ibet Irginla .........
North Carolim ........
South bsrolina ........
orgia ...............
lalda ...............
South Atlantic .......

Ieatudw ................
Tenneusee ............
Alabmm ...........
mosionmlyp .....of......
Bat South Central ...
Arkmaa ..............
Louilana ...........
Okiahamn
TOM@ ..............
Vest South Cantral ...

Idaho
Kroioz ...............
Clow do ..............
Arlsons .... ..........
anULfh .... ....... ......
e .ada.. ........
mountain .......

Ifcahington ............
Oregm
California .. .........
Pacific ........

1112M BATIa ..0.0


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1A90 I3 1920 1 9e5 1930 1 935 19110 1095 196 1 1947 1 19
11909-131 I I 1 1 1 1..
IDollars IDollare IDollr I Dollare IDollars IDollars IDollars Dollars IDollars IDollars
II I I 1 I
S0.28 I 0.55 I 0.621 0.81 I 0.75 I 0.841 1.01 1.08 1.17 1.26
S.31 1 .571 .69 .761 .81 1 .87 .88 .97 1.081 1.22
I .21 1. 51 515 1 .581 .45 1 .53 .59 .62 .70 .77
S .81 1 1.55 1 2.00 2.16 1 2.61 I 2.70 2.71 3.02 3.46 3.78
1.46 .81 I 1.03 1.35 1 1.36 1 1.68 1.76 1.76 1.85 1.83
.1 .48 1.08 1 1.36 1.63 1 1.79 I 1.85 2.19 2.46 2.67 2.87
.37 1 .90 1.03 1 1.09 1 1.161 1.26 13 1..
IIII I I I I I I
.41 I .87 1 1.01. 1.01 1 .95 1 1.09 1 1.06 1 1.14 1 1.341 1.43
S.72 I 1.50 I 2.18 2.714 I 2.03 I 2.21 I 2.23 I 2.39 I 2.59 2.81
19I .82 1 1.11 1 .30 .97 .99 1.051 1.05 I 1.141 1.2h
.W-' -1BT 1.13 1.2 1.0o2 1. I 1.12 I 1.17 1 1.32 11.42
1 I I 1 1 1 I I
S.47 1 1.07 1 1.31 1.36 .65 .68 .73 .79 .84 .90
S.52 1 1.26 1. .0o 1.47 .69 .741 .82 .88 1.11 1.15
.0o 1 .99 1 1.15 1.16 .79 .97 1.06 1.36 1.48 1.75
.1431 1.231 1.26 1.341 .46 .46 .54 .61 .64 .70
.34 11.04 .96 10 1 1 78 1 96 1.09 1.26 1.39
C-M-C-.-J~o1 1.2 .__ 1. 21 1T~_ 1 -1 5 1.o219 .21 .2
S1.10 1.21 1.26 1 I 1.12 1

S.23 .76 .78 .871 .61 .66 .83 .901 1.09 1.15
S.401 1.101 1.15 1.241 .941 .99 1.18 1.26 1.441 1.59
S .141 .28 .43 .451 .32 .32 .33 .36 .42 .44
S .141 .44 .37 .38 .23 .22 .241 .19 .29 .31
S.13 .45 .144 .441 .23 .22 .23 .241 .29 .30
I .16 .42 .42 .41 .29 .301 .36 .411 .51 .53
.19 .42 .55 .37 .36 .o .45 .59 .61
.20 1-3 .50 .-- .- 2 .-481 2 1 1-51 .1 .1

.25 .68 1 .73 .50 .36 .31 .33 .33 .351 .35
.38 .72 1 .88 .93 .66 .80 .82 .86 1.01 1.05
S .11 .23 1 .341 .34 .25 ..26 .27 .28 .33 .37
S .12 .311 .43 .46 .16 .16 .16 .16 .17 .18
I .08 .34 1 .55 .59 .32 .37 .140 .411 .44 .47
S.13 .351 .39 .401 .30 .30 .241 .23 .25 .26
S .111 .28 1 .29 .30 .23 .141 .18 .241 .25 .28
.I l I A6 1 .70 .44 1 .6 _1 .8 -7 .1
S .12 .33 .45 .29I .29 1 .39 .
IIIII I I I I I
S.15 .38 1 .01 .43 1 .30 1 .32 1 .38 1 .451 .53 1 .56
S .14A .40 1 .43 .47 1 .37 1 .38 1 .43 1 .451 .47 .16
S.09 .19 1 .21 .25 1 .21 1 .20 1 .22 1 .22 .22 1 .23
1 1 50 1 .59 .6b .45 .32 .27 .28 .28 .32
.13 .41 .4 .33 I I I I .37 3
S.15 1 .33 1 .341 .32 .28 .29 1 .32 1 .31 .31 .31
.15 1 .55 1 .57 .57 1 .451 .32 1 .34 1 .35 .35 .38
S.191 .38 1 .A2 .117 .23 .21 1 .24 1 .25 .32 .34
.06 .16 I .2o .23 .14A .14 .1 I5 .15 .18 .17
.09 1 .2r- .27 .30 .19 17-I8 1 .19 1 .191 .22 1 .22
II I IIIII
.06 .11 1 .13 .14 .11.1 11 .10 .12 .141 .14
S .2 1 .631 .58 .641 .45 .151 .52 .59 .66 .73
S.031 .091 .07 .09 1 .06 .06 .06 .07 .08 .09
S .11 1 .27 1 .28 .28 .19 .19 1 .201 .21 .211 .25
.I 2 .o 05 .06 .07o .05 .041 .05 .o6 .06 .06
I .06 1 .18 .19 .20 1 .13 .07 .08 .08 .12 .14
I .15 1 .47 1 .46 .52 .38 .31 .35 .36 .48 .50
.06 I .21 1 .22 .15 I .17 .15 I .17 .18 .19 I .22
.06--.20o .18 1 .19 1 .13 1 .121 .13 1--" .1T7 -1-7--
I I I I I I I I I I
S .28 1 .67 1 .61 1 .71 1 .4 1 .32 .43 .63 1 .60o .82
S.15 1 .37 1 .37 1 .40 1 .32 1 .33 .26 .36 1 .38 .46
1 35 1 .93. 1 1.07 1 1.14 1 .63 1 .83 .99 1.33 1 1.51 1 1.69
S.29 .73 ?1 .78-1--81 .49 1.9 .57,1 .9i 90 99 1 1.15
.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.5
1 .21 1 .51 1 .56 1 .57 1 .37 1 .38 1 .41 1 .46 1 .53 1 .57
SI I I I I I I 1





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Table 2.- Tax levies on farm real estate: Index numbers of amount per acre, 1b Statos.
1920, 1925, 1930, 1935, 1940, 1945-8 /
(1909-13 loo)

State an 11920o 1 1925 1930 1 1935 1910 1 1945 1 1946 1907 1 1948
division i I I
I i I I I I II
MSine ................. I 19141 219 288 I 265 I 298 I 356 I 380 I 111 I 4
Nev Hampshire ......... 1 182 1 220 2143 I258 I277 i 281 I 307 I342 I387
Vermont .............. I 219 I 2147 281 I 217 i 258 I 283 I 299 I 337 I 372
Massachusetts ......... I 191 I 248 268 I 324 i 335 I 335 I 371 I 129 I 68
Rhode Island ......... i 178 I 227 298 1 298 I 369 386 I 386 I 4o6 I lh2
Connecticut ........... :22 1 282 1317 1371 3 453 150 1
lOW England ........ 1 242 277 292 311 339 370 12 I 1
Nlew York .............. 211 252 1 252 230 26k I 258 277 I 325 I 347
Hew Jersey ............ 208 303 381 282 308 I 310 332 I 360 I 391
Pennsylvania .......... 168 227 I 26 200 202 I216 215 1 231. I 25
Middle Atlantlo ...... 1i iIF 3 -"6 i 220 2-1 '2-i42 2l5- 216 iZ
I I I I I I I I I
Ohio .................. 229 280 292 1 140 147 157 169 1 181 1 193
Indiana ............... 2411 269 282 132 1143 158 169 I 212 I 220
Illinois .............. 249 289 291 199 2441 266 342 1 371 1 0
Michigan .............. 2841 292 310 o106 107 124 1i0 Io 18 163
Wisconsin ............ 306 280 309o 221 229I 280 319 i370 O8
East North Central ... 1 7 2 293 J22 1T 176 i0 1 2131 2-" M9
I I I I I I I I I
Minnesota ............. 329 337 375 261 283 355 388 I 470 496
Ioa .................. I 272 285 308 233 245 292 311 1 355 395
Missouri .............. 207 311 328 1 231 230 I241 261 I 308 321
North Dakota ..........1 309 265 265 161 156 167 137 204 222
South Dakota ..........I 352 349 349 183 172 183 191 I 232 238
Nebraska .............. 261 266 277 184 1 189 228 255 1 320 331
Kansas................ 2241 275 22 1 _" 119 215 28 315 327
West North Central ... 290 3 207 1 210 212 MY.Ii 3i16 1 33

Delaware .............. 275 292 201 I 146 126 134 133 139 1 139
Maryland .............. 191 233 245 175 211 216 229 267 278
Virginia .............. 21) 308 305 226 240 247 2551 297 336
West Virginia ......... 71 371 395 134 1 139 136 142 148 154
North Carolina ........ 4241 700 748 105 463 503 517 I 554 594
South Carolina ........ 272 300 310 228 230 182 179 190 202
Georgia ............... 2541 263 272 206 129 167 I 222M 224 25k
Florida ............... 1.2 875 4 657 111 i 76 1 622 804 1819 891
South Atlantic ....... 1 379 1 375 I1 1237 2 320 31 10 370
IIIII IIII
Kentucky .............. 252 1 268 1 2841 196 212 I 252 299 I 3511 375
Tennessee ............. 285 309 I 339 267 277 I 307 321 I 336 329
Alabama ............... 212 236 1 286 239 230 1 247 246 1 250 259
Mississippi ........... 361 426 I 1457 1328 1 23.0 1_97 202 I 206 236
East South Central ... 18 314 344 21 21 237 1 250 28i 285 1300
III I IIII
Arkansas .............. 227 232 I 217 195 I 196 I 221 216 212 213
Louisiana ............. 366 379 1 384 1 301 I211 1 226 233 235 252
Oklahoma .............. 204 221 i 2148 122 I 127 I 130 132 170 183
Texas ................. '271 352 49 21 37 268 260 1 30922 1 295
West South Central ... 1 29 186 129 20 1 23 5 --
Montana ............... 223 205 I 217 176 167 162 I 178 214 219
Idaho ................. 267 248 1 273 1190 1192 223 24.9 282 309
Wyoming ............... 277 217 I 275 172 172 193 208 238 273
Colorado .............. 245 253 I 256 170 173 178 191 215 226
New Mexico ............ 242 291 I 333 212 202 216 264 1 270 282
Arizona ............... 293 298 1 315 200 115 130 131 197 215
Utah .................. 311 304 1 346 250 203 233 235 315 333
Nevada ..............W.. 1 348 1238 26, 238 1270 1279 1307 355
Mountain ........... 244 225 237 16 1 152 1 1 208 222
Washington ...........I 240 I 216 I 252 I 147 I 115 I 151 I 222 I 214 I 291
Oregon ................ 251 255 I 275 I1 20 I 228 I 181 I 2414 I 261 I 315
California ............ 262 1 301 1321 178 1 233 1 280 1 375 1427 4 76
Pacific .............. I. 2, 1 290 -,171 1 122B_ 310 1-42 W9
II I I -- II I I I
UNITED STBATES ......... 244 I 270 1 277 1 180 183 1 199 1 222 1 254 1 275

I/ Index numbers computed before rounding tax-per-acre data to nearest cent.





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Table 3.- TA 1elea on farm real estate: Amount per $100 of value by States, average 1909-13,
annual 1920, 1925, 1930, 1935, 1940, 1945-48A j/


State anA




NeW lr .........
ToZllEt, ...............
-mHouaetts .........
lhodaw Isla ..........
CoIeotiout ...........
NRw Rgland. .........

NeW Tort .......
FIew Jersey ........
Penouylvai ..........
MiAdls Atlantic ......

Ohio ................
In.iana ............
IllMnole .......
ifLohiam ..............
lisconIn .............
]bt North Omtral ...

MLannwOta .............
lasOurl .........0......
North Dakota ..........
South DkotaO
mNebas ..............
nems ....
Vest North Oentral ...

Delar ..............
nyland ..............
Virginia ..............
Vest Virginia .........
North Carolina ........
South Carolina ........
Georgia ............
Florida ...............
South Atlantic .......

Zentuckr ..............

Alabselu ........
Mississippi 0.090
hat South Central ...
Arklala .............
laouiiana ...........

TeOa& .....
Vet South Central ...

mutalm ..............

bolorado
Arizona ...............
Utah
Nevada..
Mountain ***.*.

B~ehington ............
Oreson *******.0.....
California .............
fovlflo .............
VuIn A .........


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tA'Ve'6 1920 i 1925 1930 i 1935 1 190 1 19451 1946 I 1947 1 1948
1L909-131l 1 ; l ;
IDollar aIDollararIDollar1 Dollar. IDollars IDollars IDolla1 IDollara Dollars
I 1.10 I1.541 1.57 1.97 2.48 2.90 2.79 2.77 2.92 2.95
1.14. 1.641 1.76 1.95 2.51 2.55 2.11 2.09 2.23 2.48
.85 1.17 1.42 1.59 1 1.55 1.80 1.55 1.41 1.541 1.57
S1.15 1.59 1.76 1.65 2.28 2.48 1 2.00 2.18 2.341 2.47
S.72 .99 1.o6 1.09 1 1.18 1.41 1.19 1.o8 1.08 1.03
.7.2 1.08 1.15 1 .07 1.30 o1 1.33l 1.201 1.20 I 1.26 1.34
1 J.j, 1- 1 1.51 l--.6, 1--8 I 2.10 1o-C W I 1.81 iZ1 1 2.02
I I I I I I I I I I
S.75 1 1.33 1.46 1 1.53 1 1.68 1 2.02 1.56 I 1.45 1.66 1 1.63
S.831 1.29 1.46 1.70 I1.641 1.75 1.27 I 1.21 1.291 1.34
1 .861 1.14 11.49 11.7 1.70 11.73 1.52 1.34 1.361 1.38
S.77 1.25 1 1.4 1 1.6. 19 1.50 11.3 .9 1I.9
III I I i I I
.66 1.11 1.53 1 1.90 1 1.071 1.03 1 .74 1 .71 .711 .73
S.66 1.08 1.73 1 2.29 1 1.24 1 1.17 78 1 .77 .89 1 .90
S.34 1 .55 .88 1 1.211 1.081 1.18 1 .82 1 .93 .95 1 1.07
S.87 1.62 1.81 1 2.09 1.00 1 .93 1 .72 1 .701 .72 1 .77
7 1.o0 1.14 1 .1 1.+ 1 1.57 11.451 1.46 1 1 1.66
.91 1.29 1.67 1.16 1.191 .87 .9 .960 1.02
.46 .70 1.00 1.45 1.41 1.50 1.341 1.31 1.441 1..(
S.38 .52 .81 1.15 1.21 1.27 1.00 .96 .98 1.05
S.26 .341 .75 .98 1.00oo 1.011 .68 .67 .76 .75
S.46 1.11 1.30 1 1.72 1.27 1.73 1.26 .91 1.20 1.16
S.31 .66 1.05 1.42 1.241 1.76 1.18 1.09 I1.11I 1.06
S.33 .1 2 .701 .85 .87 1.314 .911 .92 .98 .92
.4_ .68 1.06 1 1.21 1.171 1.24 .91 .88 1.991 .
ui 1.20 1 1 1 4 1.01 0 1.05 1.01

.48 1.04 1.05 .69 .62 .49 .37 .32 .34. .33
S.75 1 .99 1.12 1.19 1.131 1.21 .86 .76 .88 .89
.38 1 .43 .68 .77 .69 .64 .43 o40 .471 .49
.411 .77 1.101 1.291 760o .501 .36 .321 .32 .32
S.361 .71 1.09 1.148 .94 .99 .62 .-55 .56 .57
S.49 1 .66 .96 1.27 1.23 1.00 .56 .48 .49 .47
S.581 .79 1.09 1.281 1.331 .67 .59 .67 .67 .69
S.42 1 .86 .88 .88 .88 1.39 1 1.59 1 1.88 1 2.06 2.26
.74-7 1 70 1 9 .95 861 ..6868 ; yjp.70 .72
2 I I I I I
S.50 1 .73 1 .92 1.09 1 .99 .87 1 .63 .63 1 .741 .72
.54.i .891 1.02 1.24. 1 1.17 1.05 .73 1 .67 .66 .61
S.60 1 .82 .81 .98 1.07 .93 1 .65 1 .51.1 .53 .51
1 72 1 1.09 1.991 2.15 2.29 1.27 .6' .6 1 .q5 .64
e-6 1 .95 1.15 11.32 1 1.30 11.03 1 6 1 .6;3- .6-4 1 6
I I I I I I I
S.781 .91 1.01 1 1.121 1.231 1.131 .78 .64 .1"8 .52
S.62 1.41 1 1.1.44 1 1.42 1.56 .90 1 .67 .59 .60o .57
1 .72 .92 1 1.22 1 1.41 .98 1.00 1 .66 .63 1 .741 .69
1 .2.. ..1 1..9 .111 .52 .1 4
.17 iF I5 1.0 .92 1. .57 -
III I I I I I I I
S.34 1 .75 .99 1.22 1.36 1.51 1.00 1.04 1.10 1.09
S.52 I .98 1.30 1.45 1 1.411 1.43 3 1.211 1.31 1.39 1.6
S.26 1 .55 .80o 1.014. 1.01 1.08 .75 .78 .79 .88
S.36 1 .81 1.19 1.32 1.36 1.60 1.11I 1.03 1.06 1.11
S.26 .641 .96 1.0o41 .99 .82 .66 .71 .66 .62
S.18 1 .71 1.32 1.2 1 1.46 1.20 .97 .87 1.27 1.49
S.44 1 1.19 1.19 1.36 1.52 1 1.50 1.31 1.26 1.56 1.63
38 1 4 1.37 1 .96 1.318 11.25 1. 1 1.33 1.31 1.511
I '8 -. 1.12 1 1.25 1.2 1.33 1 1.03 1.00 1.12 1.1&
I I I I I I I I I I
.55 1 1.01 I 1.06 1.28 1.06 .84 1 .70 .92 .85 1.20
.36 1 .73 .89 1.07 1.22 1.27 1 .67 .87 .90 1.11
.59 .86 .941. 1.04 .82 1.19 .88 1.06 1.13 1.
1 .87 .. 1.06 .1 7n 2 1.01 1.13 1.,1
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I .50 1 .79 1 1.07 1 1.301 1.151 1.22 1 .90 .901 .96; 1.00


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/ Derived from the tax-per-acre figures In Table 1, and value-per-acre figures based on Census reports and
the fax real estate value indeoes of the Bureau of Agricultural Econoamics.






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