If your property has been assessed and you believe the assessed value is incorrect, you can now file an appeal with the Board of Revision of Taxes.
The deadline to file a 2023 market value appeal has been extended to December 2, 2022.
The City’s Office of Property Assessment (OPA) announced that, at City Council’s request, it will extend the deadline to submit First Level Review (FLR) applications to Friday, December 2, 2022, giving property owners an additional seven weeks to submit applications. This extension will provide taxpayers more time to review the assessments and compile the information needed to apply for an FLR. OPA had previously extended the deadline from Friday, September 30 to Friday, October 14 due to postal delays.Learn more about the extension here
How do I find out my Property Tax?
To determine your new property tax, visit the link above. Then, follow these steps:
1. Look up your address using the Search Bar.
2. You'll find your property's new assessed value for 2023, along with its previous assessed values for the last few years (going back as far as 2015).
3. To get an estimate of your 2023 property tax, multiply your property's new assessed value by Philly's current real estate tax rate: 1.3998% (or .013998).
4. Do you have a tax abatement or homestead exemption? Remember to subtract the "exempt improvement" from your new assessed value before doing the math.
to access the form to file an appeal with the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT).
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