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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.When are Maricopa County property taxes due?
The Maricopa County Treasurer's Office will be mailing Mobile Home Tax Statements in September along with all other types of property tax statements. Due dates for all types of property taxes are the same, October 1 for the first half and March 1 of the following year for the second half.Can the county assessor lower your taxes?
There is nothing an individual County Assessor can do about this, and there is really nothing a County Assessor can do to raise or lower anyone's taxes, other than fix any mistakes that might have been made in valuing a property. County Assessors are tasked with one thing: To put a fair and accurate value on every piece of property.What does the Maricopa County assessor's office do?
The Assessor's office is required to locate, identify, and classify all properties in Maricopa County. Part of this requirement is to assure properties are accurately listed in order for each property to pay their fair portion of the property taxes needed to provide services.