Real Estate Taxes
Real property taxes are ad valorem assessments on parcels of land, buildings and improvements to land and buildings within Miami-Dade County. The real property tax notice also includes non-ad valorem assessments levied against the property. Non-ad valorem assessments are fees for services such as Solid Waste, Fire, Lighting, Guard and other special assessments.
Real property tax notices are mailed to the owner and address of record on or before November 1 of each year for the calendar year - January through December.
The property values are based on a value assessment as of January 1. Upon completion of the certified tax roll, the Property Appraiser delivers the certified tax roll to the Tax Collector who mails tax notices to the last owner of record and collects monies due for the various taxing authorities.
Combined Tax Notices are mailed each year at the end of October for the calendar year January through December. Taxes become delinquent on April 1 each year, at which time additional interest and fees are added to the bill. Discounts do not apply to delinquent payments.
According to Florida Statute 197.122, the taxpayer is "held to know" when taxes are due and payable. If a taxpayer does not receive a tax notice in November, it is the taxpayer's responsibility to contact the Tax Collector's Office to request a duplicate tax notice.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:07:56 AM
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