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Instruction for using parcel database: For best results enter street number and street name, leave off the street suffix such as drive, place, etc.
Do you have other address changes: personal property and/or business? If so, please refer to the website www.loudoun.gov/cor to update all information.
Example: ($300,000 TAV ÷ 100) x $1.155(tax rate) = $3,465.00
Details about tax rates can be found here.
Many residential parcels are subject to a mortgage with an escrow account for payment of taxes and insurance and therefore will not typically receive a tax bill. Property owners do not need to provide a copy of their tax bill to their mortgage company. See the Treasurer’s FAQ page for more information about mortgage company payments.
A parcel located inside a special tax district will indicate so under the “Special Ad Valorem Tax District” and/or “Special Project District” field on the Profile section and will be noted on the Real Estate Assessment Notice.
Transfers of real estate are analyzed annually. Nearly 95% involve sales of residential properties. Sales for previous years are also reviewed when warranted. Information is gathered from buyers, sellers, and real estate professionals. The selling prices are then compared to the assessed values to arrive at an assessment / sales ratio. The county is required by law to annually assess at fair market value as of January 1 of each year.
Land values can change year over year due to changes in the real estate market. Sales of vacant, undeveloped land are analyzed on an annual basis to determine if the land values accurately reflect fair market value.
We encourage you to file your appeal online, where much of the required information will be populated on the form automatically. Applications for commercial properties must be filed online.