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The State mandates tax bills to be assessed to the owner of record as of January 1st prior to the new fiscal year of July 1st. It is very important to submit any ownership changes and mail address updates to the Assessor's Office in writing at the time of closing. It may take many months before the Town is notified from the Registry of Deeds of transfers. Taxes are adjusted at the closing between the buyer and seller.
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The Town of Yarmouth issues Real Estate and Personal Property bills annually. The first half is due approximately on November 1st and the 2nd half is due May 1st.
On line eBILL (epay.cityhallsystems.com) is available with MC, Visa and Debit cards for Real Estate, Personal Property and Excise taxes.
We have a Bank Lock Box Center in Reading, therefore, tax bill payments will be sent to the Reading Post Office Box. Town of Yarmouth utilizes a lockbox service through Century Bank with its highly automated capabilities is less costly for the tax payers than hiring staff to manually type in payment receipts and make bank deposits. Mail sent on Cape with rare exceptions are sent off Cape for processing and distribution. The mail time is essentially the same going to either location.