Refunds will be made for 5 years retroactively! Title holders, review the list immediately.
Title deed owners should check the list! You can get a refund for the property taxes paid retroactively for 5 years. Details are in the news.
Effective as of November 1, 2023: Property Tax 2nd Installment Period has Started! Property tax payments are made in two installments during the year. The second installment period, which starts as of November 1, 2023, can be paid in November (November 1-30, 2023). Taxpayers must make their payments within this date range. According to the Tax Procedure Law, it is possible to refund unnecessary collected taxes.
Who are Exempt from Property Tax?
Individuals who meet the exemption conditions determined by the Revenue Administration can get their property tax payments refunded. The exemption limit is determined as 5 years and it is necessary to apply for a 5-year retroactive refund. Exemption conditions include criteria such as the house being a single house, the house size exceeding 200 square meters, and not having income other than pension. Retirees, housewives, spouses or orphaned children of martyrs, veterans and unemployed people can be considered exempt.
How to Get a 5-Year Retroactive Property Tax Refund?
Individuals who do not know that they are exempt from property taxes and make unnecessary payments have the right to receive a refund for a maximum of 5 years. They can submit their applications for this right to municipalities by petition.
How to Pay Property Tax?
Property tax payments can be made online with your TR ID number or registry number. Additionally, registry, collection and accrual information can be queried from many municipalities via e-government. Payments can be made at the cash desk, by postal check, by credit card via e-municipality, and by bank transfer or EFT. This diversity provides taxpayers with ease of payment.