Top ten communes’ housing tax

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Housing tax (taxe d’habitation) is going to be abolished by 2023.

For many communes, it is a large and very important source of income.  The state will compensate for the loss of the money when it is abolished.  The Midi Libre has listed the top ten communes by department, where the housing tax yields the most money.

In the Hérault:

1- Montpellier: € 89,971,205 for 132,455 households
2- Béziers: € 21,020,018 for 37,799 households
3- Sète: € 18,329,249 for 23,519 households
4- Agde: € 10,446,188 for 16,526 households
5- Frontignan: € 9,978,462 for 10,909 households
6- Castelnau-le-Lez: € 9,253,630 for 10,058 households
7- Lattes: € 7,701,678 for 7,916 households
8- Mauguio: € 6,777,809 for 9,013 households
9- Lunel loses € 6,728,508 for 11,389 households
10- Juvignac loses € 4,965,417 for 4,830 households

In the Gard:

1- Nîmes: € 44,019,534 for 71,288 households
2- Alès: € 9,796,818 for 20,747 households
3- Villeneuve-lès-Avignon: € 5,044,031 for 5,927 households
4- Bagnols-sur-Cèze: € 4,757,621 for 8,574 homes
5- Beaucaire: € 3,297,655 for 6,933 households
6- Saint-Gilles: € 3,159,463 for 5,931 households
7- Pont-saint-Esprit: € 2,930,722 for 4,926 households
8- Vauvert: € 2,847,127 for 5,050 households
9- Aigues-Mortes: € 2,670,716 for 4,088 households
10- The Grau-du-Roi: € 2,556,270 for 5,678 households

In the Aude:

1- Carcassonne: € 14,572,907 for 23,190 households
2- Narbonne: € 12,882,047 for 27,396 households
3- Limoux: € 2,281,798 for 4,649 households
4- Lézignan-Corbières: € 2,246,348 for 4,660 households
5- Castelnaudary: € 2,210,489 for 5,188 households
6- Trèbes: € 1,412,475 for 2,527 households
7- Leucate: € 1,312,516 for 2,866 households
8- Port-la-Nouvelle: € 1,306,213 for 2,950 households
9- Coursan: € 1,287,812 for 2,639 households
10- Sigean: € 1,263,803 for 2,549 households

In Lozère:

1- Mende: € 3,156,669 for 6,128 households
2- Marvejols: € 1,246,094 for 2,286 households
3- Saint-Chely d’Apcher: € 808,295 for 1,953 households
4- Langogne:  € 530,594 for 1,444 households
5- Bourgs-sur-Colagne: € 355,554 for 867 households
6- Peyre in Aubrac: € 347,327 for 1,068 households
7- Florac: € 315,870 for 983 households
8- La Canourgue: € 273,728 for 879 households
9- Saint-Alban: € 238,963 for 636 households
10- Chanac: € 236,886 for 605 households

In Aveyron:

1- Rodez: € 7,709,318 for 13,631 households
2- Millau: € 7,068,933 for 11,274 households
3- Onet Le Chateau: € 2,701,215 for 5,556 households
4- Villefranche De Rouergue: € 2,625,765 for 5,629 households
5- Saint-Affrique: € 1,921,170 for 3,974 homes
6- Luc-La Primaube: € 1,505,223 for 2,699 households
7- Espalion: € 1,151,337 for 2,212 households
8- Decazeville: € 1,135,225 for 2,765 households
9- Capdenac Station: € 1,015,953 for 2,232 households
10- Olemps: € 763,553 for 1,449 households

In the Pyrénées-Orientales:

1- Perpignan: € 33,512,315 for 58,336 households
2- Saint-Cyprien: € 4,631,662 for 6,374 households
3- Canet in Roussillon: € 4,124,626 for 7,866 households
4- Argelès-sur-Mer: € 3,519,636 for 6,164 households
5- Saint-Esteve: € 3,489,770 for 5,245 households
6- Cabestany: € 3,286,579 for 4,468 households
7- Saint-Laurent-Salanque: € 2,602,720 for 4,770 households
8- Canohes: € 2,446,572 for 2,735 households
9- Pia: € 2,351,527 for 3,418 households
10- Elne: € 2,290,753 for 4,011 households

Source: Midi Libre