How are real estate taxes calculated?
Real estate taxes are calculated by multiplying the property’s assessed value by the current rate. For example, if the tax rate is $.53 per $100 of assessed value and the property is assessed at $100,000, you multiply $100,000 by .0053, which gives you an annual tax of $530.

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1. Who establishes the tax rate?
2. How are real estate taxes calculated?
3. What is the effective date of annual assessments?
4. How do I know if my property assessment has changed?
5. Will home maintenance increase the assessment?
6. I received a Supplemental Notice for new construction done on my property. How are the taxes calculated?
7. What is the Tuckahoe Creek Service District?
8. Are properties reassessed every year?
9. Can I get a copy of a deed or plat from the Assessor’s Office?
10. How are real estate assessments determined?