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Stable Local Government has Held Property Taxes Down

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North Carolina's local government officials have held down tax rates on tangible property for the past twenty years. Real estate, inventories, and personal property valuations have increased to $5.2 billion in 1952. Additionally, property tax rates have been kept lower in North Carolina because the state assumed financial obligation for two of the most costly public services: public schools and roads.