My thoughts are mostly an echo of what alex_vt said. The subset of purchases is the kicker, really. I can’t find it now, but I’m fairly sure I even remember someone being quoted essentially bragging about how they doubt many people will spend the full $10k, so the money will go farther.
An actual, bonafide grant of similar value would be harder to not entertain. Otherwise, as you pointed out, property taxes are in the top three lowest in the country already. Compared to my home state vehicle taxes are also incredibly low. However, (with all due respect, as you have a wonderful state), your roads are also often atrocious. The income taxes are also a little weird, because most of us are going to automatically be in the highest bracket if I understand correctly. But honestly, I don’t think this is a tax related decision at all. There are federal exemptions which can net us far larger tax savings than anything at the state level.
I’d rather see growth in things remote workers might care about, such as interesting co-working spaces with the ability to network or affordable gigabit internet. It’s easy to feel isolated when working remotely, so there’s a certain drive to get out. Remote workers also tend to travel fairly often, so further incentivizing cheap airfare (which you already do OK at, ha) or improving roads (without the complication of tolls). I know some of these things are easier said than done, but I hope some of it can be helpful.