When will the quoted amount change?
The Estimate of Redemption shows the next scheduled penalty increase. Penalties are scheduled to increase every six months from the original tax sale, and every year from the date of purchase of any subsequent years’ taxes.

However, there are several costs incurred by the tax buyer that can be added without advance notice. See Charges Accrued During Redemption Process for more information. For more information, view the Estimate of Redemption website.

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1. I’m late paying my property taxes. What do I do?
2. What is a “tax sale”? What does it mean that my taxes have been sold or that my property has been sold for delinquent taxes?
3. How long do I have to pay off sold taxes? Can the final deadline be extended?
4. How do I find out the amount I now owe?
5. Whom do I pay? Do I have to pay in person? What forms of payment do you accept?
6. Can I make partial payments or set up a payment schedule?
7. I owe on prior years’ sold taxes and the current year’s tax bill; which should I pay off first?
8. When will the quoted amount change?
9. What happens if I can’t pay by the deadline?
10. Who can I talk to about all this?