how do i find real estate taxes paid
If you pay your property taxes yourself, the quickest way to find out how much you paid is simply to go back through yourcheck registers, bank account statements or credit card statements. Look for a payment to the treasurer or revenue department in whatever jurisdiction levies property taxes.
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How do I find out if I paid my property tax?
Review your bank or credit card records if you paid the property/real estate tax yourself. Go to your city or county tax assessor’s website and look for a link to Property search or Property Tax records. If you pay your property tax with your mortgage, you can only deduct it after your lender has paid the tax on your behalf.
How do I find out if I Paid my taxes through escrow?
Contact your county assessor for details. Your annual property tax bill may show payments received since the last assessment. Payments shown may include those you personally made or paid through escrow. You may also contact your mortgage lender for real estate tax payment information if you paid your taxes through escrow.
Where do I Find my real estate taxes on my 1098?
Some lenders report Real Estate Taxes paid on the back side of the statement. If you cannot locate the amount of the real estate taxes paid anywhere on your Form 1098, contact your local city or county assessor and get a receipt of real estate taxes paid for the year.
How do I get a copy of my property tax bill?
Here you may be able to get a copy of your bill detailing the taxes you paid, the name of the payer and the appraised value used to assess taxes on your property. If a search of your county assessor website brings no results, you can call or visit your county offices and provide identification to get the information.