Property Appraisal and Assessment Administration.
This is the amount of tax posted as paid for the year in question, either in installment payments or full payment. If you have paid funds that do not yet show paid, contact the Treasurer's Office at 602-506-8511.
An area of land, of any size, that is capable of being conveyed by a single legal description in one ownership.
Parcel Number (APN)
This is a unique number assigned to each parcel. he first three digits are usually the Assessor's book number, the second two digits are the Assessor's map number, the next three are the Assessor's parcel number. Sometimes, when the parcel has been split, you will see a letter after the last three numbers.
Divided or undivided rights in real estate that represent less than the whole.
A business arrangement in which two or more persons jointly own a business and share in its profits and losses.
The number of covered patios and/or concrete slabs.
Covered patio, concrete slab, both, or none.
A penalty for failure to file a Business Property Statement with the Assessor within the prescribed time. The penalty is equal to 10% of the assessed value of the unreported property.
An indicator of the overall condition of the primary structure.
A cause of depreciation which is a loss in value due to wear and tear and the forces of nature.
Planned Unit Development
A type of residential, commercial, and/or industrial land development in which buildings are clustered or set on lots that are smaller than usual, and large, open park like areas (common areas) are included within the development. Individual properties are owned in fee with the joint ownership (directly or through a homeowner's organization) of open space areas. Also referred to PUD.
- A plan, map, or chart of a city, town, section, or subdivision indicating the location and boundaries of individual properties
- A map or sketch of an individual property that shows property lines and may include features such as soils, building locations, vegetation, and topography.
A plan showing the layout of improvements on a property site or plot; usually includes location, dimensions, parking areas, landscaping, and other features.
Point of Beginning
A survey reference point that is tied into adjoining surveys. In a metes and bounds description, courses that connect monuments or points are generally described from this point. Also referred to as POB.
The square footage of the water surface of pools and spas (if any).
Potential Gross Income
The total gross income at 100 percent occupancy. Also referred to as PGI.
Power of Attorney
A legal instrument in which a person authorizes another to act as his or her attorney or agent.
Amount paid for an item.
Private hindrances that affect value and sale price such as: easements, condominium controls, and deed or subdivision restrictions.
Property includes an aggregate of things, or rights to things, which are protected by law. There are two basic types of property: real and personal. The Assessor assesses real estate (land and improvements), and taxable personal property.
The physical address of the parcel of property.
A descriptive code that identifies the type of property.
Property Tax Levy
The total amount of money to be raised from the property tax as set forth in the budget of a taxing jurisdiction.