Property tax assessments in Maryland

One of the most frequent requests at closing is how often does the state of Maryland assess property values for tax purposes.  In Maryland, properties are reassessed every three years.  The state of Maryland provides a detailed explanation of the workings of the tax process on its website.

Also available are reassessment maps for every county in Maryland, which allow you to view when reassessments will take place. Included here is the current map for Montgomery County, Maryland:Montgomery County, Maryland property tax assessment map

Area 1 Assessment Area 1 will be reassessed for January 1, 2013
Area 2 Assessment Area 2 will be reassessed for January 1, 2014
Area 3 Assessment Area 3 will be reassessed for January 1, 2012

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