How can I pay my real estate taxes?

You can use one of our convenient payment methods, either providing payment through the mail, in person, overnight delivery, or online.

Online: 

Pay online by eCheck (electronic check) or credit card.

By Mail:

Loudoun County Treasurer's Office P.O. Box 347 Leesburg, VA 20178-0347

Loudoun County Treasurer's Office
P.O. Box 1000
Leesburg, VA 20178

In Person

1 Harrison St. SE
Leesburg, VA
Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

46000 Center Oak Plaza Sterling, VA
Hours: Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Drop boxes are conveniently located at both locations.

Overnight Delivery 
Loudoun County Treasurer's Office 1 Harrison St. SE, 1st Floor Leesburg, VA 20175

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1. When do you mail out bills?
2. I did not get my bill, what do I do?
3. How do I change or correct my address on my Real Estate bill?
4. What do I need to do to get my name corrected on the bill?
5. I just received my tax bill and it is significantly different than my neighbors in the exact same house. Why?
6. When will my taxes be due if I am appealing my assessment?
7. How can I pay my real estate taxes?
8. Can I make partial payments or installments on my real estate taxes?
9. How long does a payment take to post to your system?
10. If I can't pay my taxes, what happens?
11. What is the grace period for paying my taxes in full?
12. I received multiple bills for the same parcel, but different amounts. What are they for?
13. What is a Construction Supplement Bill?
14. We just purchased a new home, and believe that all taxes were taken care of at settlement. Why are we getting this tax bill?
15. I received a real estate tax bill, but I escrow my taxes. Why am I getting it?
16. How can I find out if my mortgage company committed to paying my taxes?
17. The most recent tax bill was paid, but now I received a delinquent tax bill. Why?
18. I just refinanced with a new mortgage company, what should I do?
19. My mortgage company said they paid my taxes, and now you are telling me I can not get a building permit because the taxes are delinquent?