Westchester is a county in the lower Hudson Valley region of NY.
Westchester, NY Property Tax
Property taxes in Westchester County are based on the assessed value of your home. To determine what your Westchester County municipality thinks your Westchester NY property is worth, divide your real estate assessment by the Westchester County Residential Assessment Ratio for your municipality.
For Example: If your Westchester County home has an assessment of $100,000 and the assessment ratio for your Westchester County municipality is 17.52, then divide $100,000 by 17.52%; your municipality thinks your Westchester County property is worth $570,776.
All Westchester County municipalities have a set day to hear property tax appeals; Grievance Day for most Westchester County towns and cities is June 18, 2013, but for most villages Grievance Day is February 19, 2013.
Yonkers and White Plains Property Tax Grievance Days
Grievance Day for the city of Yonkers is November 15, 2012. Grievance Day for the city of White Plains was January 21, 2013.
Lower My Westchester Property Taxes
If you think you are paying more than your fair share of Westchester County property taxes, contact Granite Tax Reduction for a free consultation. We will provide a no-obligation assessment of your property tax situation.
Granite Tax Reduction prepares your property tax appeal and represents you at no charge. We only get paid when we win your property tax appeal.