When Are Taxes Due And To Whom Do I Pay Them?
The fiscal year (July 1st to June 30th) real estate tax is billed in two parts by the City Treasurer's Office. The first half payment is due December 5th and the second half payment is due June 5th. With many homeowners, real estate taxes are paid by their mortgage company from funds in the owner's escrow account. For those property owners that do not have a mortgage company, the tax payment would be sent directly to the Treasurer. Learn more.

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1. Why are real estate assessments important?
2. The Internet record shows incorrect data for my property. What should I do to correct this?
3. If a home recently sold for $95,000, is that the fair market value?
4. If my home is destroyed or damaged due to a fire, hurricane or other fortuitous act how does it affect my assessment?
5. I did not renovate or make an addition to my property, so why did the value increase?
6. At what percent of market value do you appraise property?
7. When Are Taxes Due And To Whom Do I Pay Them?
8. Must the property owner allow an interior inspection of his or her property when contesting an assessment?