Property Taxes

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  • 2016-2017 Current and Delinquent Roll

  • Search the Current and Delinquent Roll link above to pay online using:

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  •  Find the amount of tax due on a property. Search the tax roll by account number, name, mailing  address or parcel address. The page gives information about current and delinquent tax amounts that  may be due. 

  •  A convenience fee of up to 2.5% will be charged for all credit card payments  and a fee of $1.50 will be  charged for all ECHECK payments by the vendor providing this service.   The fee covers the cost of  making payment by credit card and ECHECK possible.  No part of this fee is retained by Brazoria  County.

  •  Pay by phone (toll free) 1-866-549-1010 
     Partial payments in any amount accepted. 
     Use Bureau Code #5820032 

  •  Website for Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins and Mott - Delinquent Tax Attorneys for Brazoria County

  •  To obtain the form necessary to request delinquent tax information in order to participate in tax  foreclosure sale,
     Click Here
     (Note: Request for Delinquent Taxes must be submitted no less than 10 days prior to tax sale. Request must be notarized.) 

 Property Damaged by Flooding in the Brazoria County Area

          On June 01, 2016, Gov. Abbott declared a state of emergency due to severe flooding that left its mark on our community.  As a result of this disaster, owners of certain residential and business properties may be eligible to make installment payments on their 2016 taxes as provided by Section 31.032 of the Texas Property Tax Code.

          This section allows owners of residential properties, real property owned by a *qualifying business entity, or tangible personal property owned or leased by a *qualifying business entity damaged by the storm to make installment payments without incurring penalty and interest if the following conditions are met: the first payment is received on or before January 31, 2017 with a signed Disaster Installment Agreement(second payment by March 31, third by May 31, and fourth by July 31 of 2017) All property types listed above qualify if they have sustained damage as a direct result of this declared disaster. 

          If you have damage or loss and qualify to pay your 2016 taxes in four equal installments: you must complete and submit the Disaster Installment Agreement and your first payment to the tax office on or before January 31, 2017.

          Print the Disaster Installment Agreement by clicking here. Note you have until January 31, 2017 to submit your 1st payment of not less than one-quarter of the total tax bill and the Disaster Installment Agreement or the payment option is void.

*A qualifying business entity is one whose gross receipts total less than $5,523,919, a threshold established by the Comptroller’s office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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