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Property Tax Calculators:

Calculate your specific tax impact by utilizing the interactive tables below. Appraised Valuations and Assessed Valuations can be found on your Barton County Tax Statement that is mailed to your home annually. You can also find your property information online by visiting the - Barton County Appraisers Website. *** Calculators are desktop and tablet friendly, however, they do not work on phones.

Census - Median Home Value in Great Bend: $87,500

Tax Impact for $87,500 home:

Annually: $145.91

Monthly: $12.16

Daily: $.40

*** Calculators are desktop and tablet friendly. Unfortunately, they do not work on phones.



*** Calculators are desktop and tablet friendly. Unfortunately, they do not work on phones.


*** Calculators are desktop and tablet friendly. Unfortunately, they do not work on phones.

Residential Property

Commercial Property

Agricultural Property

What is the total cost for the bond at the end of the 20-year maturity?

For Question 1: As a result of financing Question 1 ($41,750,000) over 20 years at an estimated interest rate of 3.53%, the total interest expense paid over 20 year is estimated to be $23,843,800. The interest rate includes estimated bond costs of approximately 2% of the amount financed. The State of KS will pay 19% of annual principal and interest payments. This amount is not paid up front, but paid each year over the life of the bonds. Annual state aid payments reduce the local mill levy requirement to support bond payments.

For Question 2: As a result of financing Question 2 ($3,120,000) over 20 years at an estimated interest rate of 3.53%, the total interest expense paid over 20 year is $1,780,287. The interest rate includes estimated bond costs of approximately 2% of the amount financed. The State of KS will pay 19% of annual principal and interest payments. This amount is not paid up front, but each year over the life of the bonds. Annual state aid payments reduce the local mill levy requirement to support bond payments.

To summarize with an estimated “all-in," the accurate estimate is $70,494,087, of which 19% will be paid annually by the State of Kansas, reducing the local mill levy requirement.