I received a Real Estate/Personal Property Demand notice. Why?

Real Estate Demand notices are the initial step towards Tax Title Foreclosure. This Demand notice is an informational notice or a reminder to you, that taxes have not been paid. If you received a Demand notice, you should not ignore this bill.

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1. What is the Tax Rate for Fiscal Year 2023 (7/1/2022-6/30/2023)?
2. When are the Real Estate/Personal Property Tax bills mailed?
3. When are the Real Estate/Personal Property Taxes due?
4. Can I pay my Real Estate tax for the entire year at one time?
5. To whom should I make my check payable, and can I write one check for more than one tax bill?
6. Where should I mail payment if I am paying late?
7. Why is the payment coupon address in Medford, MA?
8. My Real Estate taxes are paid by my mortgage company, why am I getting the tax bill?
9. Do I need to send my Real Estate tax bill to my mortgage company?
10. I am the new owner of the property, why is the prior owners name still on the Real Estate bill?
11. What are Personal Property taxes?
12. What if I didn’t receive or misplaced my Real Estate/Personal Property Tax bill?
13. How can I change my mailing address?
14. I recently sold my property and am still receiving a Real Estate or Personal Property tax bill – why, and what should I do?
15. Is there a grace period on the Real Estate/Personal Property tax bills?
16. Do you accept postmarks for payment date receipt?
17. Can I make partial payments on Real Estate/Personal Property?
18. What are the interest rates for past due Real Estate/Personal Property bills?
19. I received a Real Estate/Personal Property Demand notice. Why?
20. My Real Estate taxes were delinquent, and my mortgage company paid them. Can they do this?
21. What is a CPA Tax?
22. I paid off my mortgage/equity, and need to release the lien on my property, where do I go to do this?
23. What are Real Estate Billing Steps?
24. What are Personal Property Billing Steps?