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Town Assessor

Assessing Notice January 22, 2018 

 

The Assessor is responsible for establishing a list of all properties in town and estimating their market value.  The assessor follows the State Constitution and Title 36 of the Maine Revised Statutes.  There is not a local ordinance for assessing property. 

The current property tax mil-rate for FY-2018, as of the tax commitment date of August 25, 2017, is 17.13, and the certified ratio is 100%. 

What is the property tax rate?

The property tax rate (also known as a mil rate) is the amount per $1,000 dollars of property value which is used to calculate your tax bill.

(mil rate x your property's value)

Example: If the tax rate is $17.13 per $1,000 and your property’s value is:

$100,000 then your tax bill would be $1,713.00.

$125,000 then your tax bill would be $2,141.25.

$150,000 then your tax bill would be $2,569.50.

$175,000 then your tax bill would be $2,997.75.

$200,000 then your tax bill would be $3,426.00.

$225,000 then your tax bill would be $3,854.25.

$250,000 then your tax bill would be $4,282.50.  

 

Town Office - 17 Highland Avenue, Winthrop, Maine 04364