Senior homeowners experiencing hardship can fully or partially defer payment of their delinquent and future property taxes for either a fixed or indefinite period of time. You can choose to pay 0% (full deferral), 25%, 50%, or 75% of your delinquent and future property taxes. For more information, including terms and conditions, download an application from the list below.
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Homeowners can enter into a payment plan which limits their payments to a maximum of 8% of their adjusted gross income. The plan may include only the delinquent amount or the delinquent amount plus charges projected to be due over the next year. For more information, including terms and conditions, download an application from the list below.
Homeowners experiencing extenuating circumstances can enter into a payment plan which limits their payments to a maximum 8% of their adjusted gross income while the hardship persists. The Department of Finance defines "extenuating circumstances" as involving the death or serious illness of a property’s owner or immediate family member, loss of income, or enrollment in the Department of Environmental Protection’s Water Debt Assistance Program. For more information, including terms and conditions, download an application from the list below.
Payment agreementsXổ số hỗn hợp hôm nay are available whether your property has been noticed for a tax lien sale, or not. Any property owner who is interested in paying their property taxes in installments may apply.
If your property has been noticed for a lien sale, entering into a payment agreement or bringing an existing payment agreement up to date will remove your property from the lien sale list. Use our payment agreement estimator to help you estimate what you will owe for each installment.
You can download a Property Tax Payment Agreement RequestXổ số hỗn hợp hôm nay form from our website. Scan and upload your completed form at our .
The NYC Department of Finance recognizes that an unexpected event or hardship may make it difficult for you to pay your property taxes. If you qualify for the Property Tax and Interest DeferralXổ số hỗn hợp hôm nay (PT AID) program, you can defer your property tax payments so that you can remain in your home. The Property Tax and Interest Deferral program removes properties from the tax lien sale once an application is complete.
Xổ số hỗn hợp hôm nayTo apply for a PT AID payment agreement, download and complete the application below, or call 311 for assistance.
To submit your scanned application, worksheet, change form, and supporting documents online, contact PT AID using the online .
To inquire about the status of your application, contact PT AID using the online .
Please note: The Department of Finance will send you a renewal and change form with your current plan information when it is time for you to renew. Unless you are enrolled in the LIS plan, you may only make changes to your plan once every six months.