Personal Property Tax Relief Information

Personal Property

Personal property and real estate taxes are due by December 5th each year. Real estate bills are mailed in the name of the property owner as of January 1 each year. If you receive a bill for any property you have sold, please forward the bill to the current owner. If you receive a real estate bill and your mortgage company should be paying, you should forward the bill to the mortgage company. Taxes can be paid at the Treasurer's office during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

REAL ESTATE TAX EXEMPTION

Certain elderly and disabled persons are allowed exemptions of Real Estate taxes.

PERSONAL PROPERTY RELIEF ACT OF 1998

The Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998 provides tax relief for any passenger car, motorcycle or pickup truck having a registered gross weight of less than 10,001 pounds. The vehicle must be owned or leased by an individual and NOT used for business purposes. Vehicles qualified for tax relief are noted on your tax bill and show a reduction for the portion of the tax the Commonwealth will pay. For qualified vehicles, your bill is reduced by the applicable tax relief percent for the tax year on the first $20,000 of value. NORTHAMPTON COUNTY will be reimbursed by the Commonwealth for the amount of the reduction once you have paid the balance shown on your bill. If your qualifying vehicle's assessed value is $1,000 or less, your tax bill has been reduced by 100%.

See below or click here for more information about personal property tax relief.


Personal Property Tax Relief Information

The Personal Property Tax Relief Act provides reduced taxes to owners of qualified vehicles. The plan includes the following:

  • Tax reduction will apply to the first $20,000 value of a qualifying vehicle
  • A qualifying vehicle is defined as any passenger car, pickup, panel truck, or motorcycle used for non-business purposes
  • For qualifying vehicles, your personal property taxes will be affected as follows:

    Tax Year - 1998 12.5% refund (from the State) of tax amount paid

    Tax Year - 1999 27.5% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2000 47.5% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2001 70% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2002 70% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2003 70% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2004 70% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2005 70% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2006 57% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2007 56% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2008 54% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2009 58% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2010 60% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2011 58% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2012 58% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2013 58% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2014 58% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2015 61% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2016 54% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2017 53.7% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2018 52% reduction shown on your tax bill

    Tax Year - 2019 50.5% reduction shown on your bill

    For tax year 1999 and beyond, owners of qualifying vehicles valued at $1,000 or less will not be required to make any tax payment on such vehicles.

Department Staff Information

Charlene Gray
Commissioner of the Revenue

757-678-0446  ext. 506

cgray@co.northampton.va.us


Bonny Lewis
Master Deputy

757-678-0446  ext. 505

blewis@co.northampton.va.us


Jessica Upshur
Deputy

757-678-0446  ext. 502

jupshur@co.northampton.va.us


Fidel Guerrero
Deputy

757-678-0446 ext. 507

fguerrero@co.northampton.va.us


R. Todd Simpson
Real Estate Appraiser

 

757-678-0446 ext. 503

tsimpson@co.northampton.va.us


Northampton County Commissioner of Revenue
PO Box 65
16404 Courthouse Road
Eastville, VA 23347

Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday
9 AM - 5 PM