The State of North Carolina supervises local taxation of properties. Your property gets assessed locally. The tax bill will come from your local entity, but the North Carolina Department of Revenue supervises the taxation of property around the entire state. North Carolina General Statute 105-289 requires this general supervision. The responsibility falls on the N.C. Department of Revenue’s Property Tax Division. Yet, if you want information on your property tax, contact your local property tax office.
Here’s a link that offers contact information for the county assessors across the state. Plus, here’s a link that offers contact information to all the county tax assessors across the state. In general, most counties have the tax lien set at January 1 every year. So, if you own property as of that date, you will be the party responsible for actually paying the entire property tax.
North Carolina residents can pay property taxes online using the Official Payments service. Here’s a link to that. If you need to find property tax forms in North Carolina, check out this link. If you want to find your property tax rate, check out this link.
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