Supplemental Property Taxes
- What is a Supplemental Tax Bill?
A supplemental tax bill is generated by a role change that is processed by the County Assessor’s office. Most commonly, Supplemental Taxes are the result of an ownership change or new construction. They are prorated for the period of time in which the roll change is in effect, beginning with the date of the change and carrying through the end of the particular fiscal year they are being assessed for.
- Does my mortgage company pay my Supplemental Tax Bill?
Supplemental Tax bills are mailed directly to the property owner. Some mortgage companies will pay these bills and some will not. It is up to the taxpayer to contact his/her mortgage company to inquire about the status of these bills. That is a contractual agreement between the homeowner and their lender.