Ownership on Real Property in the State of Georgia may involve the following taxes–

Ad Valorem Taxes
Ad Valorem Taxes are Georgia annual property taxes. Topics covered include Property Tax Exemptions (e.g., Basic Homestead Exemption) and Property Tax Returns.

Transaction Taxes
Transaction taxes are taxes associated with buying and selling real estate and mortgaging or borrowing money against real estate. Topics covered include the State of Georgia Transfer Tax, Intangibles Tax and Mortgage Tax, including Exemptions.
State Withholding Taxes
The State of Georgia Withholding Tax is applicable where non Georgia residents sell Georgia real estate.
Federal Withholding Taxes
Federal Withholding Tax ("FIRPTA") is applicable where non U.S. Taxpayers sell property in the United States.
Court Filing Fees
Georgia Courts charge recording fees in order to legally effectuate instruments within the county records system.

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