Maine
Property Tax Exemption
Maine law exempts the property of charitable institutions from state property tax.

Maine law generally exempts from state property tax the real and personal property “owned and occupied or used solely for their own purposes” by charitable institutions. Me. Rev. Stat. tit. 36, §105-652(1)(A). Maine also exempts from state property tax personal and real property “leased by and occupied or used solely for its own purposes” by an organization that is exempt from taxation under Internal Revenue Code §501 and is licensed as a charitable hospital, health maintenance organization, or blood bank. However, for tax years beginning on or after April 1, 2012, this exemption will no longer apply to real property. Me. Rev. Stat. tit. 36, §105-652(1)(K).