Why is my property tax increase more than the average?
The actual amount of the increase, or decrease, you pay will vary according to the value of your property and the rate it increased in value over the previous year. If your property’s value increase grew by more than the average, you will see a higher increase in your property tax bill. You may pay less if your property’s value decreased or grew by less than the average.

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1. Where can I pay my taxes?
2. Can I appeal my tax invoice?
3. What is the penalty for late payment charges?
4. Are the penalties discretionary?
5. My mailing address has changed. How do I let you know?
6. I just got a tax notice for a house I sold. What do I do?
7. Can I pay by credit card?
8. Can I pay my property taxes using a post-dated cheque?
9. I can only pay a portion of my taxes now. What should I do?
10. The property tax bill is not in my name. Who is responsible for it?
11. Is there a payment plan available for property taxes?
12. How do I know what my new TIPP amount will be?
13. How do I know if my property tax payment is included in my mortgage payments?
14. I share ownership of the property with someone. Who pays the property tax?
15. The property taxes were paid by the lawyer during sale. What do I do?
16. I own an undivided half duplex. Do I pay the full amount on the tax notice?
17. I'm not on the TIPP but my tax notice indicate that I am.
18. Why is my property tax increase more than the average?
19. What is the difference between the Bow Valley Regional Housing levy and the municipal housing levy?