Maricopa County now offers several different payment options for property taxes: The Treasurer's Office will accept e-Check payments from your on-line bill pay service provided by your financial institution. e-Check payments will be accepted for current taxes only. Please allow 5-7 business days for the payment to post to the Treasurer's database.What does the Office of the County Assessor do?
A county assessor is someone who determines the amount of property taxes the owner would have to pay every year. These people are, in most cases, elected officials. County assessors determine the amount of taxes by analyzing the conditions and characteristics of a wide range of properties and by reviewing property sales, as well as price trends.Where can you find property tax records?
Property records are maintained at either the county courthouse, county recorder, city hall or another city or county department. Many public offices are staffed by knowledgeable personnel ready to help you find property deeds and encumbrances.How do I check on my property taxes?
To obtain the property tax information from the assessor's office or the portal, get the full street address of the property. Provide this information to the physical form at the assessor's office or enter it into the portal online.