If you have overdue property taxes, you may be eligible to set up a payment plan, so you can pay what you owe in installments instead of all at once.
With a DOF payment plan, also called a payment agreement, you make quarterly or monthly payments over a period of time ranging from 1 to 10 years. You don’t have to make a down payment. You must continue to make payments on your current property taxes.
Property Tax and Interest Deferral (PT AID) Program
If you are experiencing hardship and have fallen behind on your property taxes or are in danger of falling behind, you may want to consider applying for a Property Tax and Interest Deferral (PT AID) plan instead of a standard payment plan.
Like standard payment plans, PT AID payment plans allow you to pay overdue property taxes in multiple installments, but because it takes into account your income and ability to pay, your scheduled payments are likely to be lower, and in some cases you may be able to defer payments. Standard plans also don't allow you to defer payments for future property tax bills; you must continue to make payments on your property taxes as they become due.
If you're currently on a standard payment plan, you may switch to a PT AID plan if you are in good standing and meet the eligibility requirements of the program.
To learn more about PT AID, visit the Property Tax Payment Deferral page.