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FAQs

When do property taxes become delinquent in Broward County (FL)?

Property taxes become delinquent on April 1 following the year of assessment. In accordance with Florida Statutes, if your property taxes are not paid, a tax certificate will be sold on or before June 1.​

If I owe both current and delinquent taxes, which should be paid first?

The oldest tax year should always be paid first.​

Can I spread my property tax payments out over time in Broward County, FL?

Broward County offers an installment plan for current taxes, and an installment plan for prepayment of next year’s taxes. It is the responsibility of taxpayers participating in each of these programs to ensure taxes are paid according to the schedule.

Please note that the Broward County Tax Collector does not send monthly invoices or billing statements.​

How are property tax bills calculated in Broward County, FL?

The amount of property taxes you owe in Broward County is determined by two things: the assessed value of the property, and the tax rate.

The Broward County Property Appraiser’s Office assesses the value of your property and applies eligible tax exemptions that can lower the taxable value of your property. The tax rate is determined by the entities that have taxing authority over the community in which your property is located. This would include the Broward County Commission, the Broward School Board, your municipality, a hospital district, multi-county districts such as the South Florida Water Management District, and others. The tax rate for each of these entities is expressed as dollars per thousand and multiplied by the assessed value. The sum of these amounts is the tax you owe.​

Are there any discounts for paying property taxes early in Broward County?

Broward County (FL) Property taxes must be paid no later than March 31 of the following year to avoid delinquency interest, fees, and penalties, but may be paid as early as November 1 of the current year to take advantage of early-payment discounts. 

Discounts for payments made in full are as follows: 

  • 4% discount if paid in November; 
  • 3% discount applies in December; 
  • 2% discount in January; 
  • 1% discount in February. 

The discounted amounts that apply to each month between November and February are already reflected on property tax bill coupons. These discounts apply only to full tax payments. Making a partial payment of property taxes forfeits any applicable discount otherwise available for full tax payments. 

When do property taxes become delinquent in Broward County, Florida?

Property taxes become delinquent on April 1 following the year of assessment. In accordance with Florida Statutes, if your property taxes are not paid, a tax certificate will be sold on or before June 1.​