If you have paid this year's tax bill and again receive another bill then most probably you have made any changes in your property. This increase in assessment is called a supplemental tax. You might have made changes after the assessment of your property and that's why you are receiving a new tax bill which will include the remaining tax.
Yes, you can choose to pay either annually or in installments. But you must inform your lender before May 1st about your choice. If you don't inform then the county and your mortgage will consider that taxes will be paid in installments. The first installment is pending on September 30th and the second on December 31st. If the first installment is not paid by the due date then your tax will become delinquent and you will be charged a penalty and also interest based on the delinquent amount.
What payment options are available for paying property taxes in county?
You can pay your property taxes either by E-Check or online. There is no convenience fee for paying through E-Check. There is a 2.3% convenience fee for paying with a Visa card, MasterCard, Discover Card, or American Express card.
What are the available options to pay property taxes in Montgomery County, Maryland?
You can pay your property taxes either by E-Check or online. There is no convenience fee for paying through E-Check. There is a 2.3% convenience fee for paying with a Credit/Debit card. There is also a 2.3% fee for paying by telephone. YOu can call at 240-777-8898 to pay your property taxes. To pay through mail, please send your mail at:
For Real Estate Property: Montgomery County, MD P.O. Box 824845 Philadelphia, PA 19182-4845
For Personal Property: Montgomery County, MD P.O. Box 824860 Philadelphia, PA 19182
How to Pay Property Taxes Online in the County of Montgomery?
You can access all the information on how to Pay Property Taxes Online here.