How do I find my King County property taxes?

How do I find my King County property taxes?

Property owners can find tax levy rates and more property related information by visiting the eReal Property Search on the King County Assessor’s website or by calling 206-296-7300.

How much are property taxes in King County?

The average effective property tax rate in King County is 0.93%. It’s also the county with the state’s highest median annual property tax payment at $4,611. Rates in many King County cities have been falling as home values have been increasing.

Where do I send my King County property taxes?

Online at using a credit or debit card or by eCheck (a processing fee applies to these options) By mail using a check or money order addressed to Treasury Operations, King County Administration Building, 500 Fourth Ave., Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104 (cash should not be sent through the mail)

How do I pay my King County property taxes?

Property Tax Payment Information

  1. Phone: Real Property Tax (Real Estate) 206-263-2890.
  2. Phone: Mobile Homes and Personal Property Commercial Property Tax 206-263-2844.
  3. Email: [email protected]
  4. Mail: King County Treasury Operations, 201 S.
  5. Secure drop box: (White-color) on side of 2nd Ave nearer to S Jackson ST.

What is Parcel No?

A parcel number is assigned by your local tax assessment office and is used to help identify your property for tax, title, deed and property line reasons. The parcel number is used as an identifier on your local parcel maps and it has a unique format.

What is the difference between a parcel and a lot?

LOT and PARCEL are often used interchangeably. However, there is a difference. In simplest language, a PARCEL is a quantity of land identified for taxation purposes, while a LOT is a recognized subdivision of property with a written legal description that addresses permissions or constraints upon its development.