If you’re a resident and home-owner in Philadelphia, you’re probably already aware that the City has rolled out its 2019 Property Tax Assessment. You also probably know that home-owners are not happy, as the overall median market value of single-family homes increased 10.5 percent from the 2018 assessments, jumping from $112,800 to $124,600, according to an Inquirer and Daily News analysis of the city’s data. But some individual homeowners could see two, three, or even 10 times that. And for renters, tax-bill increases could be passed onto them.
You can appeal your property assessment. Here’s a step-by-step guide.