Greenville, Alabama Property Tax Law

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In Greenville, Alabama, the government imposes a tax (a legally-mandated payment made to the government) on real property. "Real property" is defined as any piece of land, or object permanently or semi-permanently adhered to the land (such as buildings, trees, minerals, etc.).

Property taxes in Greenville, Alabama are calculated as a percentage of the appraised value of the property. Property taxes are paid to the state or local government at regular (usually yearly) intervals.

Usually, the federal government does not collect property taxes anywhere in the U.S. Property taxes are collected almost exclusively by state and local authorities.

How Property Tax is Calculated in Greenville, Alabama

Greenville, Alabama calculates its property taxes by requiring property owners to pay a set percentage of the appraised value. While the property tax rate varies widely across different parts of the country, they fall into the 1-5% range.

To levy this tax, Greenville, Alabama tax authorities must first figure out how much a house or piece of land is worth.

In many ways, the value of a piece of land is relative. After all, many people ascribe sentimental value to their homes, which goes well beyond its market value. To ensure that the system is fair, the government uses only objective standards to determine value.

There are many different ways to value property using objective factors. Generally, the appraiser in Greenville, Alabama will consider the current state of the real estate market, the size of the property, any improvements (buildings, roads, etc.) that have been made on the property, and the manner in which the property may be legally used (zoning).

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How A Greenville, Alabama Property Tax Attorney Can Help.

Property tax law in Greenville, Alabama is not always simple. Legal disagreements about property taxes can arise from almost any example. For instance, you might have reason to suspect that the taxable value of your home was overestimated, creating a bigger property tax bill. And, the government might claim that you have underpaid your property taxes, while you think that you have paid the proper amount.

If you are involved in a property tax dispute with the tax authorities of Greenville, Alabama, you should seek the advice of a Greenville, Alabama tax attorney. Your attorney can help you prevent a small tax problem from turning into something much bigger and more expensive than it needs to be.

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