Pay your Sumter County, South Carolina Property Taxes online using this service.
You can search by your Name, Address, Receipt Number or Parcel Number to locate your records online.
The Sumter County Treasurer does not determine property tax amounts. The amount of tax money needed is decided by each of the area's taxing authorities. The Assessor's Office determines appraisal values for real property while the Auditor calculates the tax.
In 1972, the S.C. General Assembly passed the Homestead Exemption Law which provides real estate property tax relief for South Carolinians who are age 65 and over, totally and permanently disabled, or legally blind. The exemption excludes the first $50,000 from the fair market value of your legal residence.
You may qualify for the Homestead Exemption if:
You should contact the County Auditor's office in order to provide proper documentation to qualify.
Sumter County Property tax dollars go to fund the following:
Taxes are collected on the following schedule for the year that ended December 31:
September 30 - Books Open
January 1 - Taxes Due
January 17 - 3% Penalty
February 2 - 10% Penalty
March 17 - 15% Penalty - Turned over to Delinquent Tax Collector