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Philadelphia Tax Assessment for 2022 - what you need to know
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For the first time in three years, Philadelphia released a new property assessment on May 9. Overall, the median increase for single-family residential properties is 31%.
If you think your new home assessment is too high, you can appeal the assessment. You can file an appeal with the Board of Revision of Taxes by October 3, 2022.
Below are some resources that will help give you more information on the tax assessment.
Appeal Deadline: October 3rd
Individual Property Look Up
Click here to view the website to look up your property’s public history and 2023 assessment.
Residential Property Assessments
for Tax Year 2023 -
City Controller's Office Impact Map
Click here to see how much assessments changed for the more than 400,000 single-family residential properties in the city. Overall, the median increase for single-family residential properties is 31%.
If you own property in Philadelphia and it is your primary residence, you are eligible for the Homestead Exemption on your Real Estate Tax.
View the Homestead Exemption Application
Deadline: December 1st every year
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