GA Tax assessors is your state wide source for all information covering all counties within the state of Georgia.

Several types of homestead exemptions have been enacted to reduce the burden of ad valorem taxation for Georgia homeowners. These exemptions apply to homestead property owned by and taxpayer and occupied as his or her legal residence…

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Property taxes are due on property that was owned on January 1 for the current tax year. The law provides that property tax returns are due to be filed with the county tax receiver or the county tax commissioner between
January 1 and April 1…

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Read all about:  Ad valorem tax | The County Tax Commissioner | The County Board of Assessors | The County Board of Equalization | The Board of County Commisioners | The County Board of Education | The State Revenue Commissioner | and more…

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How to appeal your taxes 101:  Three easy steps…

STEP  1 “Notice of Assessment.”

STEP   2 “Board of Assessors?”

STEP 3 “Hearing Date”

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Residents of Georgia are required to file a return of their real property in the county where the real property is located. Nonresidents that have real property located in Georgia are required to file a return for the property in the county where the property is located…

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County Tax Assessors

Real and personal property tax records in Georgia are maintained by the County Assessor in each county. Land and land improvements are considered real property while mobile property is classified as personal property. Most county assessors provide an online searchable database, whereby searches can be performed by parcel number and address or by using an interactive map. GA Tax assessors is your state wide source for all information covering all counties within the state of Georgia.  Search our database for your county.

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