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Property Tax
Why did I receive a property tax bill when my mortgage company/escrow company is supposed to pay my taxes?
This answer has been viewed 2055 times and was last updated on 11/01/2017.
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If you received the actual tax bill (a teal colored bill), then the mortgage company/escrow company did not request it for payment. We strongly urge you to check with your mortgage company/escrow company to ensure they received a copy of the tax bill and that they will be paying the tax bill. You can send a copy of your tax bill to the mortgage company/escrow company or they can print a duplicate bill from our online property tax website. You can also verify the Tax Collector's receipt of payment and print a duplicate receipt for your records on the same website.

 
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