The mix of housing options in Gwinnett County makes it the ideal choice for all lifestyles—young business professionals, families and retirees. Gwinnett boasts restored older homes near historic downtown areas, active swim/tennis neighborhoods, gated executive communities and no- to low-maintenance townhomes and condominiums. Gwinnett's communities provide the best of residential living: safe neighborhoods, sidewalks, bike paths, and a host of amenities.
Property is taxed to millage rates assessed by different government entitites. In Gwinnett County, these normally include state, county, county bond, the detention center bond, schools, school bond, recreation and cities (where applicable). For current millage rates, visit Gwinnett County Taxes.
Property Tax Exemptions
Several property tax exemptions are available to Gwinnett homeowners. For more information and to apply for tax exemptions, contact the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner at 770-822-8800 or visit www.gwinnetttaxcomissioner.com.
- Metro Atlanta captured 86 percent of all new jobs gained in the state of the past 12 months
- $150-$200k is the largest bracket for home sales and home prices under $200k represent 23 percent of the overall market compared to 40 percent in 2006
- The median housing value in Gwinnet County is $175,500
- Gwinnett leads the metro Atlanta area for residential startups with a 14 percent increase and annual closings increase of 19 percent
Click here to view Property Taxes for Gwinnett County.