Imperial County, California Property Tax Law

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

In Imperial County, California, property taxes are measured as a percentage of the land's value. They are most often paid annually. But in any case, they are paid at some set interval.

Generally, property taxes are not levied by the federal government. This applies to everywhere in the U.S.. Usually, property taxes are imposed by state and local governments.

How Property Tax is Calculated in Imperial County, California

Imperial County, California 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.

In order to impose this tax, the government of Imperial County, California initially has to decide the taxable value of a piece of property.

Value, in some ways, is not an objective thing. For instance, your childhood home is likely worth much more to you than its simple market value. Nonetheless, the tax authorities use only objective factors in calculating a home's taxable value.

To this end, the Imperial County, California appraiser will look at things like the state of the real estate market, the size of the land, the existence of additions to the land such as buildings, and the way in which the property is zoned.

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How A Imperial County, California Property Tax Attorney Can Help.

The system of levying property taxes in Imperial County, California can get very perplexing. Disagreements about property taxes, between the taxpayer and the tax authorities, can come up in several different ways. A taxpayer may believe that an error was made in calculating their property's taxable value, resulting in bigger tax bill. Also, the state or city government might allege that you have failed to pay your property taxes, while you believe that you have.

If you are involved in a property tax dispute with the tax authorities of Imperial County, California, you should seek the advice of a Imperial County, California 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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