An Independent Escrow Company
Important Tax Dates
TAX CYCLE CALENDAR AND IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:
Beginning of the fiscal year and delinquent Secured property taxes DEFAULT and begin accruing additional penalties of 1½% per month and a redemption fee.
Treasurer-Tax Collector mails out Unsecured property tax bills.
Treasurer-Tax Collector mails out Prior Year Secured property tax bills.
Unsecured property tax delinquent date. A 10% penalty is added after 5:00 p.m.*
Treasurer-Tax Collector mails out Current Year Secured property tax bills.
First installment is due (Current Secured property tax) and delinquent Current Year Unsecured taxes begin accruing additional penalties of 1½% per month.
First installment payment delinquent date (Current Secured property tax). A 10% penalty is added after 5:00 p.m.*
Lien date for the establishment of ownership, value and unsecured taxes for the ensuing fiscal year.
Second installment is due (Current Secured property tax).
Second installment payment delinquent date (Current Secured property tax). A 10% penalty and cost is added after 5:00 p.m.*
Treasurer-Tax Collector mails delinquent notices for any unpaid, Current Year Secured property taxes.
End of fiscal year.
* If a delinquent date falls on a Friday**, Saturday, Sunday or County holiday, the delinquent date is the next business day.
What is an Escrow?
An escrow is a deposit of funds, a deed, or other instrument by one party for the delivery to another party upon completion of a particular condition or event agreed upon by all parties to a transaction. We are a “neutral, third party agent for all the principals in a real estate transaction” who is entrusted with the safekeeping of the documents and funds until the contractual obligations of the principals (the Buyer and Seller) have been fulfilled.