“Property values are seemingly always changing and are a very important piece of information for any homeowner,” Sen. Addabbo said.
By Forum Staff
Next week, State Sen. Joe Addabbo, Jr. (D-Howard Beach) is partnering with the NYC Department of Finance to bring a Notice of Property Value virtual outreach session to Senate District 15 constituents.
On Tuesday, Feb. 16, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., residents can log on to the virtual seminar to have their questions answered regarding their Notice of Property Value statement.
- They will be able to learn more about:
- Their market and assessed values;
- How their taxes are calculated;
- How to change a property’s description; and
- How to save with property tax exemptions and abatements.
Those who need assistance with their Notice of Property Value should have their notice on hand at the time of the virtual session, Addabbo said. Anyone who is interested in learning more about property tax exemptions and abatements and how to apply for them should have a photo ID, tax returns or proof of income for 2018 or 2019 for all owners, DD214 or discharge papers (for veterans), and trust documents (if applicable).
“Property values are seemingly always changing and are a very important piece of information for any homeowner,” Addabbo added. “That’s why it is vital that residents are up to date on their property values and know what they owe. I want to thank the Department of Finances for changing their normal in–person event to this virtual session in order to assist my constituents during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
To register for the Feb. 16 event, visit https://bit.ly/nopv021621. There are other sessions available as well at other times and different dates. To find out more about the additional dates and times, call Addabbo’s district office at (718) 738-1111.