County Assessor's Office
Provides property valuation and resources for all taxable property in Mecklenburg County, NC.
New property valuations will be triggered on Jan. 1, 2023 as part of Mecklenburg County's four-year revaluation process.
The Mecklenburg County Assessor’s Office is responsible for the discovery, listing and assessment of all County real and personal property. In addition, the office offers many property tax resources, including tax relief programs to qualified property owners.
Personal Property Listings
Listing should be filed between Jan. 1 - Jan. 31. Listings received between 2/1/2023 and 6/30/2023 will be accepted but considered untimely according to statute.
- BPP Taxscribe
Portal for filling out and submitting Business Personal Property Listings and Extensions.
- IPP Taxscribe
Portal for filling out and submitting Individual Personal Property Listings.
Tools & Resources
- List Individual Personal Property and Business Personal Property
List your individual personal property or business personal property between Jan. 1-31 or file an extension by Jan. 31. Taxpayers are required to list their taxable property every year. The portals will close on June 30.
- Property Value Appeals
If you think your real estate, individual personal property, business personal property or registered motor vehicle has been incorrectly valued, you can appeal valuation.
- Search Property Records
Look up detailed information about real estate properties in Mecklenburg County as recorded by the County Assessor’s Office, including assessed value, tax bills, and much more. If you need help, we have created a support guide to walk you though using the tool.
- Tax Relief And Exemptions
Find out if you are eligible to receive assistance by participating in a tax relief or exemption program.