Marvin residents pay both Village and County property taxes.
In North Carolina, property taxes are levied annually against all real property, business equipment and vehicles by each municipality and each county.
The current tax rate is 5 cents per each $100 of assessed value. Taxes run according to the calendar year - January 1 through December 31. Tax bills are mailed in late summer each year and taxes become delinquent after January 5th.
Tax payments can be mailed to Tax Collector, 10004 New Town Rd, Marvin, NC 28173 or paid at Village Hall during business hours. The Village does not accept credit card payments at this time.
When making your payment, please be sure to send the bottom portion of your tax bill or write your account number on the check.
If you or your mortgage company does not receive a tax bill by September 15, please call Village Hall 704-843-1680.
Property Owners with Mortgages
Many homeowners with a mortgage have funds held in escrow by their mortgage company to pay property taxes. The mortgage company usually pays the tax bill directly to the Village. This year tax bills will not be mailed to the homeowner if an escrow account exists. If the mortgage company changes, the homeowners should contact the Tax Collector with this information. The property owner, not the mortgage company is penalized if the bill isn’t paid.
Who Sets Values
Union County assigns values to all property within the county, including all of the municipalities. Questions regarding County taxes should be directed to :
Union County Tax Administration Office Assessment Division 704-283-3746
Union County Tax Administration Office Collection Office 704-283-3848
Questions regarding Village of Marvin taxes should be directed to:
Village of Marvin, Tax Collector 704-843-1680, Fax 704-843-1660, email@example.com