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When are my taxes due?
Taxes are due every year on Nov. 15. If the 15th falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day. A 3% discount is allowed if paying in full on Nov. 15. Taxes can also be paid in three installments. There is no discount but interest is avoided if paying in thirds. Due dates for one third payments are Nov. 15, Feb. 15, and May 15.
How is my Assessed Value calculated?
The assessed value (AV) on your tax statement is the value used to calculate your property taxes. For most property, the maximum assessed value was established in 1997 under Measure 50 by taking 90% of the 1995-96 market value and has continued to grow by 3% annually. If you have new construction, remodeling, or additions to your property, the assessed value may increase more than the typical 3%. These are examples of exceptions to Measure 50 that allow the property's assessed value to grow more than the typical 3%. New construction, additions, and remodeled properties do receive a Measure 50 benefit similar to existing property. The market value of the new construction is reduced by the ratio of the maximum assessed value to real market value of similar classes of property calculated county wide. Once a new assessed value is established, it then continues to grow by the annual 3% increase required by Measure 50.
Details on delinquemcy?
Real property tax is delinquent if not paid by May 15. Foreclosure proceedings on real property begin when taxes have been delinquent for 3 years. (*) Accounts subject to Foreclosure - Real property tax accounts with an unpaid balance for any tax year marked with an (*) on the front of your tax statement are subject to foreclosure if not paid on or before May 15. Property tax payments must be credited to the earliest year that taxes are due. For example, if you owe taxes for 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 any payment made will be first applied to 2012 and so forth.