When buying real estate property, you should not assume that property taxes will remain the same. Whenever there is a change in ownership, the assessed value of the property may reset to full market value, which could result in higher property taxes. Please use our Tax Estimator to approximate your new property taxes.

The Property Appraiser does not send tax bills and does not set or collect taxes. Please visit the Tax Collector's website directly for additional information.

Outreach Event

Join us on October 26 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Point East Condominiums, 2895 Point East Drive, Aventura, FL 33180. For other Outreach Events click here.

SearchProperty Search

The Property Search allows you to view detailed information for properties in Miami-Dade County.

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The Comparable Sales Tool allows you to access and compare real estate sale information for properties in Miami-Dade County.

PenTax Estimator

The Tax Estimator provides an approximate amount of taxes that may be due on a property.

PenTax Comparison

The Tax Comparison allows you to view a property's tax information for the current and previous year and lists changes by taxing district.

Hurricane Matthew

At this time, Miami-Dade County is monitoring Hurricane Matthew.

Please visit our Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.

Environmentally Endangered Lands

Concerned about the continuing loss of pinelands and other natural areas, Miami-Dade County voters approved a two-year property tax in 1990 to fund the acquisition, protection and maintenance of environmentally endangered lands. The Environmentally Endangered Lands Program (EEL) identifies and secures these lands for preservation per the requirements and conditions set forth by Chapter 25B-11 of the Miami-Dade County Code, Section 193.501, Florida Statutes and Section 4(b), Article VII of the Constitution of the State of Florida.

The EEL program is administered by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources (RER) and requires a ten-year covenant with Miami-Dade County. Once a property is deemed an EEL, it is approved by the Board of County Commissioners. After approval, a reduction in value is applied to properties with an EEL designation based solely on the basis of use, subject to conditions, limitations and reasonable definitions as approved by law under the covenant. The EEL land area may not be added to a property’s agricultural area or to the homestead portion capped under Amendment 10 (Save Our Homes).

Each new owner of a property declared as an EEL must file the Florida Department of Revenue form DR-482C PDF with the Property Appraiser’s Office.

If you cannot view PDF PDF files, you can download Acrobat Reader  for free from Adobe Systems, Inc. In order to use PDF files, you must have Acrobat installed on your computer.

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