What if I am unable to pay my property taxes?

Property taxes are based on value only, not the property owner's ability  to pay. Property taxes become delinquent June 16. If they are not paid,  a real property tax lien will be placed on the property, and the lien  will be sold at the tax sale held annually in October. If sold at the tax lien sale, you have three  years to redeem (pay) the tax lien. If you do not redeem within three  years, the tax lien buyer could file for a treasurer's deed to your  property. Call us for more information at 303-271-8330.

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1. How are the taxes determined on my property?
2. When are current year taxes due?
3. Do you accept postmarks?
4. What are my payment options?
5. What if I do not get a bill?
6. Why didn't I get a tax bill?
7. What if my mailing address changes?
8. What is the fee if my current year tax payment is late?
9. I just bought this property. Why am I being billed for last year's taxes?
10. When I buy property, how do I know the tax status?
11. After buying a new property, will I receive the next tax statement?
12. What if a mortgage company pays my taxes?
13. What if you receive payments from several parties?
14. What if I am unable to pay my property taxes?
15. What do you mean by real and personal property?