How will Supplemental Property Taxes affect me?
If you don't plan on buying a new property or undertaking new construction, this tax will not affect you at all.
If you do wish to do either of the two, you will be required to pay a supplemental property tax which will become a lien against your property as of the date of ownership change or the date of completion of new construction.
Disclaimer: different counties may have additional events that could trigger the issuance of a supplemental tax bill.
✨When and how will I be billed?
"When" is not easy to predict.
You could be billed in as few as three weeks, or it could take over six months.
"When" will depend on the individual county and the workload of the County Assessor, the County Controller/Auditor, and the County Tax Collector.
✨Can I pay my Supplemental Tax Bill in installments?
All supplemental taxes on the secured roll are payable in two equal installments.
The taxes are due on the date the bill is mailed and are delinquent on specified dates depending on the month the bill is mailed as follows:
If the bill is mailed within the months of July through October, the first installment shall become delinquent on December 10 of the same year.
The second installment shall become delinquent on April 10 of the next year.
If the bill is mailed within the months of November through June, the first installment shall become delinquent on the last day of the month following the month in which the bill is mailed.
The second installment shall become delinquent on the last day of the fourth calendar month following the date the first installment is delinquent.
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*information is taken from The California Land Title Association
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