Real Estate Taxes in Philadelphia are due March 31. But you don’t have to wait for the deadline to approach. In fact, paying your full balance by the last day of February gets you a 1% discount.
The best way to pay your property taxes is on our website. It’s secure, easy, and FREE when using eCheck. You can also use credit or debit cards to pay online, but fees apply.
Another fast and safe way to pay is over the phone, by calling (877) 309-3710. Again, use eCheck, and it’s free. Be ready with your bank account and routing number before calling. Although fees apply, we’ll also take your credit or debit card information over the phone.
New Real Estate Tax balance webpage
If you’ve lost your Real Estate Tax bill, find your balance online.
Our new webpage makes it easy to find how much you owe. The page gives you options to pay electronically, get information about payment agreements, or print a payment coupon.
Nine out of 10 taxpayers in Philadelphia pay their Real Estate Taxes the year they are due. Your neighbors are doing the right thing, and you should too.
Fifty-five cents out of every property tax dollar go to School District of Philadelphia. Your contribution helps pay for buildings and buses, teachers and textbooks, playgrounds and pencils, and much more.
It’s great to help others. But pay on time to give yourself a break. If you can’t pay your current or past Real Estate Tax bills, call us at (215) 686-6442 and ask about a payment agreement.
If you don’t pay –or get into an agreement– your account will include interest, fees and other charges. Eventually you could lose your property at Sheriff Sale.