Pay Property taxes in Macomb County, Michigan using this online service.

FAQs

What does it mean by delinquent tax?

If you don't pay your last year's tax by the due date then you will be charged a penalty and interest that will be added to your tax. You will have to pay the delinquent tax first and then your current year's tax will be accepted.

How much penalty is charged for paying property tax after the due date?

If you don't pay your tax by the due date then the property is transferred to the Macomb Treasurer's Office. An administrative fee of 4% will be added to your tax amount and interest accrues at 1% per month. If you don't pay till one year then the property is forfeited to the county treasurer and property is declared for forclosure.

Will I receive any notice prior to the foreclosure of my property?

 Yes, you will be notified many times:

  • You will be sent four first-class mail notices
  • Two Certified Mail Notices
  • Three notices about your tax delinquency will be published in the County newspaper
  • Staff visits each property multiple times in the month of September until the redemption period ends.

Is there any option to get back my property after foreclosure?

No, there is no way to get back your property once it is foreclosed. The property which is declared for foreclosure is purchased either by the State or the local community or sold at public auction.

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Pay Property taxes in Macomb County, Michigan using this online service.

FAQs

What does it mean by delinquent tax?

If you don't pay your last year's tax by the due date then you will be charged a penalty and interest that will be added to your tax. You will have to pay the delinquent tax first and then your current year's tax will be accepted.

How much penalty is charged for paying property tax after the due date?

If you don't pay your tax by the due date then the property is transferred to the Macomb Treasurer's Office. An administrative fee of 4% will be added to your tax amount and interest accrues at 1% per month. If you don't pay till one year then the property is forfeited to the county treasurer and property is declared for forclosure.

Will I receive any notice prior to the foreclosure of my property?

 Yes, you will be notified many times:

  • You will be sent four first-class mail notices
  • Two Certified Mail Notices
  • Three notices about your tax delinquency will be published in the County newspaper
  • Staff visits each property multiple times in the month of September until the redemption period ends.

Is there any option to get back my property after foreclosure?

No, there is no way to get back your property once it is foreclosed. The property which is declared for foreclosure is purchased either by the State or the local community or sold at public auction.

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