Property taxes may be affected with change in ownership. 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.

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.

Additionally, before buying real estate property in Miami-Dade County, please learn how PACE Loans, Community Development Districts, Special Taxing Districts and Renting Your Homestead Property affect your property taxes.

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TRIM Notice - Received Two Notices

There are different possibilities for this scenario:

1. If you own the real property you may receive a 'notice' for real property and personal property. Check the folio numbers. The Personal Property folio number is an 8 digit number in the format. The real property folio number is a 13 digit number in the format.

2. If there is more than one business at the location, each business owning personal property would receive a 'notice'.

3. If there are back assessments involved, a 'notice' will be issued for the main/regular folio, and one 'notice' for each year back assessed.

4. If the Property Appraiser makes a change on the assessment after the 'notice' is mailed, then a second 'notice' would be mailed with the updated information. If this is the case, the folio number will be the same on the second 'notice', but the deadline date at the bottom of the second 'notice' would be extended. The updated 'notice' will have a later deadline date.

5. You may have applied for and received an Enterprise abatement. If so, your other 'notices' would have "ENTERPRISE ABATEMENT" to the right of the property address on the form itself.

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