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Iredell County SealWelcome to Iredell County Online, the official web site of the Iredell County, North Carolina Government. This site includes information about all county government departments and offices, as well as contact information for each. We have also included an online connection to our Geographical Information System (GIS). As time goes on, more and more information and online services will be added to better serve you. Check back often.

 

  • Property Tax Listing
  • Ebola Information
  • Foreclosure Prevention

IREDELL COUNTY TAX OFFICE

PROPERTY TAX LISTING NOTICE

LIST PROPERTY DURING THE 2015 LISTING PERIOD

North Carolina General Statute 105-308 requires every person who owns any taxable property to list the property with the Assessor during the annual listing period. NCGS 105-307 provides that listing shall begin on the first business day in January and shall end on January 31, 2015. The 2015 listing period ends February 2, 2015, due to January 31st falling on a Saturday.  Any property which is not listed or is listed after the required period shall be subject to the mandatory listing penalty equal to 10% of the tax due. The willful failure to list is a Class 2 misdemeanor.

Individual extensions may be granted upon written request and for good cause shown, provided the request is submitted during the regular listing period. The listing extension shall not exceed April 15, 2015. Requests submitted after the close of the listing period cannot be granted.
PROPERTY TO BE LISTED

THE ASSESSMENT DATE FOR PROPERTY OWNERSHIP IS JANUARY 1, 2015. PROPERTY TO BE LISTED INCLUDES ITEMS SUCH AS: BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY, WATERCRAFT, BOAT MOTORS, AIR-CRAFT, MOBILE HOMES, UNLICENSED (UNTAGGED) VEHICLES, MULTI-YEAR TAGGED TRAILERS AND IRP PLATED VEHICLES.

All currently tagged motor vehicles do not need to be listed for property taxes. The North Carolina General Assembly recently passed a new law to create a combined motor vehicle registration renewal and property tax collection system (Tag & Tax System).  This system has been designed as a convenient way to pay annual motor vehicle tag renewals and vehicle property tax together.

ALL FARM EQUIPMENT USED FOR PRODUCING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS FOR INCOME MUST BE LISTED. IF YOU ARE RECEIVING PRESENT USE VALUE BENEFITS AND FARM YOUR OWN LAND YOU MUST LIST YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT.

IF YOU HAVE MADE ANY IMPROVEMENTS OR NEW CONSTRUCTION THAT HAS NOT BEEN PREVIOUSLY LISTED YOU ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO LIST CHANGES TO YOUR REAL PROPERTY.

GENERAL EXEMPTIONS AND EXCLUSIONS

Any taxpayer claiming exemption must apply annually for any new acquisitions, or notify the County of any changes in use or ownership. Any existing exempt property will not need reapplication. New applications or revised applications must be filed during the regular listing period.

Property Tax Relief for the Elderly and Disabled

Permanent North Carolina residents 65 years old or older or those totally & permanently disabled as of January 1, 2015, with a 2014 income between $0 and $29,000 may be eligible for property tax relief through the Homestead Exclusion Program or through the Circuit Breaker Tax Deferral Program (which must be applied for annually)if the 2014 income did not exceed $43,500. For married applicants residing with their spouses, the income of both spouses must be included, whether or not the property is in both names.

The application deadline for the Homestead Exclusion and the Circuit Breaker Programs is June 1, 2015.

Certain discharged veterans with a service connected, permanent, and total disability (or surviving un-remarried spouse) or veterans receiving benefits for specially adapted housing under 38 U.S.C. § 2101 are entitled to an exclusion of up to $45,000 in assessed value.

PRESENT-USE VALUE ASSESSMENT

Applications for the Present-Use Value Assessment Program must be filed during the month of January, or within thirty (30) days of a change in value notice. New applications are required when changes occur to property, to the use of the property or when new property is added to the program. The property owner must report any changes that may affect eligibility of the property during the January listing period following the change. The failure to report those changes may result in penalties in addition to the deferred taxes becoming due and payable. By law, certain applications are reviewed each year for compliance.

LISTING DATES:
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 2015 – MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2015
THIS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 2015, FOR NEW YEAR’S DAY
AND MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2015, FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR DAY
OFFICE HOURS: MONDAY—FRIDAY (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
OFFICE LOCATION: 135 EAST WATER STREET, STATESVILLE, NC
EXEMPTION INFORMATION PHONE 704 878-3013

PRESENT USE INFORMATION PHONE 704 878-3123

BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY INFORMATION PHONE 704 928-2029

PERSONAL PROPERTY INFORMATION PHONE 704-878-3010

REAL PROPERTY INFORMATION PHONE 704 878-5368

Ebola Information & References

We are pleased to offer the community Ebola trusted references and resources through the link below. The 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history, affecting multiple countries in West Africa, and has crossed the United States borders.  The local public health department, community health related agencies and many other partners are following directives from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the North Carolina State Public Health Department to detect and prevent the further spread of Ebola.

Ebola Information & References

 

N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund

The N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund can pay the mortgage for up to 3 years ($36,000) for qualified North Carolina homeowners who have lost their jobs, are returning veterans, or are recovering from a temporary hardship such as divorce or illness while they look for work or complete job training. Assistance is provided by the N.C. Housing Finance Agency, a self-supporting state agency, using funds from the U.S. Treasury.

http://www.ncforeclosureprevention.gov/

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