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Residents of Louisville have an average tax burden of 10.60%. This value is based off a combined estimate of state plus local sales, auto, property and income taxes. In 2017 local taxes alone in this city were 0.0% and Louisville was happily ranked #103 for tax burdens on large American cities.

The estimated population of Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government (Balance), Kentucky is 597,337 with 270,928 of those people taking residence in 246,438 housing units. Louisville has around 109,891 housing units that are owned with a mortgage or a loan, 42,026 that are owned free and clear and 94,521 that are renter occupied.

According to a compilation of city rankings, the city of Louisville is ranked overall as number 323 in the nation. Louisville, Kentucky is also ranked poorly at #311 for the economy and #307 for socio-demographics.

Review market statistics for individual zip codes of Louisville, KY: 40023 - 40118 - 40204 - 40205 - 40206 - 40207 - 40208 - 40210 - 40211 - 40213 - 40214 - 40215 - 40216 - 40217 - 40218 - 40219 - 40220 - 40222 - 40223 - 40228 - 40241 - 40242 - 40243 - 40245 - 40258 - 40272 - 40291 and 40299


Do you live in Louisville? Contact Us to find out how to become a local QuantaLoan representative and see how to take advantage of our market data analysis offerings.Current government placed job opportunities in Louisville, Kentucky
Electrical Engineer with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers which pays from $61,218 to $105,392 annually.
Civil Engineer (Structural) with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers which pays from $61,218 to $105,392 annually.
Civil Engineer (Hydraulics) with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers which pays from $73,375 to $97,852 annually.

Map and photos from Louisville, Kentucky