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You can see all factors used to determine the tax bill and find more information on your property of interest by opening the full property report. See sample report. The Detroit City establishes the true cash value also known as market value , for all taxable real property in the city.
Market value has been defined by The Supreme Court as the sale price of real estate as agreed upon between a willing buyer and willing seller, with neither being under duress to buy or sell. The State Equalized Value , also known as assessed value is determined by the local assessor, based on the property's condition on December 31 of the previous year and is calculated using an assessment ratio set by the State Legislature. Exemptions are available in Detroit City which may lower the property's tax bill. These are deducted from the property's assessed value to give the property's taxable value.
Base tax is calculated by multiplying the taxable value by the corresponding millage rates.
The rates are expressed as millages i. Current tax represents the amount the present owner pays including exemptions. Actual taxes might differ from the figures displayed here due to various abatement and financial assistance programs or to non ad-valorem taxes levied as special assessments and direct charges. For more information please visit Detroit City's Assessor , Treasurer or look up this property's current valuation.
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These are due and payable without interest until the last business day in February. On March 1st, delinquent real property taxes are turned over to the Wayne County Treasurer. All payments made after March 1st for delinquent real property must be paid to the Wayne County Treasurer.
All Record Search. By law this change applies to all counties in the State of Michigan except Wayne County. For the convenience of our customers, there is also a drop box at the entrance of City Hall for after-hour payments. The Register of Deeds Office serves as the repository for real and personal property records for land situated in Washtenaw County, Michigan, including deeds, mortgages, and foreclosure records. No feed entries match your current filter in this place. Phone: Email: support propertyshark.
Payments for delinquent personal property are payable to Van Buren Township. To ensure that we have your correct mortgage company, please notify our office of any changes you may make during the year. Real property taxes not paid by March 1st must be paid to the Wayne County Treasurer.
Bestowed with powers by the Michigan constitution, the office of Register of to record and retrieve documents relating to each specific property description. Pay your delinquent property taxes online through our quick and secure payment website. As a convenience, two electronic payment options are available.
For more information on delinquent property taxpayer assistance, tax payment options, and frequently asked questions, visit the Wayne County website. Payments must be sent to : Eric Sabree Wayne County Treasurer The International Center Building Monroe 5th Floor Detroit, Michigan Public Act of shortens the amount of time property owners have to pay their delinquent taxes before losing their property.