The Tax Department is responsible for listing, appraising and assessing all real estate, personal property and registered motor vehicles within Harnett County. We are also charged with the duty of collecting all current and delinquent taxes on real and personal properties.
The 2017 Schedule of Values was approved by the Board of Commissioners at the December 5th, 2016 meeting. These schedules, standards and rules were used in the 2017 Revaluation of real property in Harnett County.
All tax values on Real Property in Harnett County have been finalized for the 2017 Revaluation and Notices should be mailed to property owners the first week of April. This was a County-wide Revaluation and values are effective as of January 1, 2017. One of the main purposes of a Revaluation is to bring tax values in line with current market values.
We encourage all property owners to review their Notice upon receipt to verify if they agree with the value. If you believe your value is not a reasonable representation of market value as of January 1, 2017, you may appeal your value.
The Reval Notice has a detachable Review Form and a return envelope for your convenience. Please complete and return the bottom portion of the form as soon as possible. Please give as much information as you can to support your appeal. Although, the deadline to appeal your 2017 value is December 1, 2017- you are strongly encouraged to return your appeal as soon as possible in order to allow our office ample time for reviews.
All appeals will be reviewed informally by our staff prior to scheduling Board Hearings.
If you agree with the value listed, there is no need to return your form.
The Harnett County Board of Equalization and Review will begin hearing property tax appeals for the 2017 Revaluation Year on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 and Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
These sessions will be held in the Tax Office located behind the Courthouse in Lillington, NC.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at 910-893-7520 and ask for the Reval Division.
MyDMV Portal which citizens can use to access amount of taxes paid on vehicles with active registrations. Please use this link to access the portal and then complete the search criteria. Citizens will need NC Driver's License or NC Identification Card Number, the last 4 digits of their SSN, 1-94 (Arrival/Departure US Customs Form) or Alien Registration Number, and date of birth.