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Montgomery County property owners have a duty and obligation to pay Real Estate Taxes. Real Estate Taxes are an important funding source for local schools and governments. Property owners who do not pay their taxes pass this responsibility to those who do pay their taxes. The Tax Lien Sale provides immediate funding of past due tax dollars to the agencies that rely on property tax funds.
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The Treasurer's Office offers delinquent payment plans. Property owners entering into a monthly payment contract become current on their property taxes by paying toward all new taxes while paying off prior delinquent taxes, all without accruing additional interest and penalty. Please come to the Treasurer's Office or call the office at 937-225-4010, Option 2 to speak with a Delinquency Specialist.
You will receive your coupons when you set up your plan in the Treasurer's Office. You may request new coupons if needed. You will receive the next set of coupons in August.
If a tax lien has been sold, you need to make arrangements with the lien holder to make payments. You cannot make payments on a lien through the Treasurer's office. Please visit this link to see which company purchased the lien, and their contact information.
To see if you lien has been released:1. Click here and enter your property information. 2. Look under the "Master Information" section of your property. If lien sold is still listed, your lien has not been released regardless of if you have paid the lien holder.