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Assessment Liens

Last updated Nov. 21, 2014 - 11:26 am

Assessments can be for water and sewer, street improvements, sidewalks and nuisance abatements. Assessments are liens that are attached to the property, NOT to the owners of the property. A lien is the right to take and hold or sell the property of a debtor as security or payment for a debt. Assessment bills are sent during August of each year to the current owners of the property. A lien attaches to the property until the assessment is paid. Assessments can result in foreclosure of the property if the tax and interest become delinquent.

Assessment lists are provided for informational purposes only and are valid as of the date indicated on the lists.

Updated lists are posted daily; however, recent changes to the Tax ID Number, Property Ownership, and Assessment Location Address may not be reflected.

To confirm information, assessment status, and payment amounts, contact the City of Raleigh Revenue Services at 919-996-3200.

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