You can find the property tax bill for every condo and house in NYC on the Department of Finance's (DOF) website. Co-op property tax bills are issued to the entire building and then divvied up to each unit as part of its maintenance so while you can look up the building's bill, it's not very useful.
At what age do you stop paying property taxes in New York State?
65 years of age or over
Each of the owners of the property must be 65 years of age or over, unless the owners are: husband and wife, or. siblings (having at least one common parent) and. one of the owners is at least 65.
How do I check my tax abatement NYC?
Get property tax benefit information. Call 311 or 212-NEW-YORK (212-639-9675) if you need more help. If you are a board member or managing agent of a co-op building, you can check your property tax bill online to see the total dollar amount of the property exemptions and abatements in effect for your building.
Did property taxes go up in NYC 2023?
July 12, 2023
Most co-ops' and condos' property taxes will jump by more than 8% as they shoulder the brunt of the cost of paying for the city's new $107 billion budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year. Commercial properties, on the other hand, are in line for a 1.5% decrease in their property taxes.
How do I pay my NYC property taxes online?
You can pay your property taxes using CityPay. CityPay supports Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer version 9.0 and higher. You can pay online using: Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or foreign cards with CVVs)
How are NY state property taxes calculated?
The amount of your property tax bill is based on your property's taxable assessment and local tax rates. Local governments determine tax rates by dividing the total amount of money that has to be raised from the property tax (the tax levy) by the taxable assessed value of real property in the municipality.