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Tinatrvnl127, Home Owner in Phoenix, AZ

how do you fine the property taxs on a home that you paid it?

Asked by Tinatrvnl127, Phoenix, AZ Sun Oct 9, 2011

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Alan May, Real Estate Pro in Evanston, IL
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Property tax rates in Oklahoma differ depending on several factors, including the county, school district, home value and more, so it's not always easy to figure your property taxes. Here is a brief how-to that will explain some important property tax terms as well as help you figure the property tax rates for a home in Oklahoma.
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Dear Tina:

You can call the Maricopa County Treasurers office or check their website for your parcel. To determine the taxes and assessed value for your parcel, check the County Assessor's website.

Jeff Masich
HomeSmart
Scottsdale
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You can go to http://www.maricopa.gov. Click on the quick link for the Assessor's Office. You can look up your property in several ways. The website will show you your current and several previous years tax bills. You can also pay online.

I hope this helps
Fred Shocklie
Owner
MoreChoices Real Estate
602-330-1850
Web Reference: http://www.morechoices.net
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Check with your bank. If you have an escrow account, and most people do, the bank has been accumulating funds to pay your taxes. They should be able to provide you with documentation that they have been paid. However, if you feel the bank has not paid the taxes then you can visit http://treasurer.maricopa.gov. This site allows you to check your property on a map and highlights properties that are behind on their taxes.
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Hi Tina,


You can contact your county tax assessors office. A lot of times you can find this information on the county website as well.

Robin Brooks
AgentRobin
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Call your county tax assessor's office. In most cases they can provide the information you need over the phone.

Oggi Kashi
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group
All data from sources deemed reliable but subject to error and omission, and not warranted. CA DRE 01844627
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