If a mortgage company pays your taxes, the statement is forwarded to them at their request.If the mortgage company does not request your tax statement you will receive one by default as the tax payer of record.It is always the responsibility of the taxpayer to ensure that taxes are paid in a timely manner.You may call our automated telephone system at (253) 798-3333 or visit our online parcel search to be sure the taxes are current.Visit the Bid4Assets website for additional information including auction closing times.Delinquent tax information is not reported to any credit bureau.You may still pay the first half payment of a Real Property tax plus interest and penalties up through the October 31, second-half tax payment deadline.Exact amounts due may be obtained by calling the Assessor-Treasurer's Office at (253) 798-6111.
If property is inspected more often it could be the result of one or a combination of the following:• New Construction• Board of Equalization or State Board of Tax Appeal• Appraisal Review• Sales Verification• Segregation of Property The laws of the State of Washington require the Assessor-Treasurer or his authorized employees to periodically inspect all real property in Pierce County to determine its true and fair market value.
The auction will open at am on Monday, November 6, 2017 and close on Tuesday, November 8,2017.
A re-offer auction of properties will be held on November 37, 2017.
The percentage of assessment increase, personal hardship, the amount of tax, and other matters unrelated to the market value cannot be considered.
To obtain an appeal form, contact the Pierce County Board of Equalization at (253) 798-7415.