Real Property Tax Return PT-50R

Welcome to the Gwinnett County’s Board of Assessor's 

 FULLY  ELECTRONIC - Real Property Tax Return  (Note:  This is NOT an appeal/dispute of value.)

Note or
Information

Filing a Real Property Tax Return does NOT constitute an appeal of value. To appeal, you must file within 45 days from the date on the 2017 Annual Notice of Assessment. This year, Notices will be issued on April 7, 2017 for real estate property. If you wish to dispute the value you can file an appeal on our website at that time.

Filing a Property Tax Return for 2017 is OPTIONAL. The following are examples of why you may elect to file a Property Tax Return:

  • Newly Purchased (2016) **email the first page of your settlement statement to assessorefile@gwinnettcounty.com
  • Extensive Repair or Remodeled
  • Extensive Damage
  • Demolition

If any of these changes apply to your home and you choose to file a Property Tax Return,  you may file between January 1, 2017 and midnight on April 1, 2017. 

*Please note: If your assessed value for 2016 was established by an appeal decision within the prior two years, filing a Property Tax Return may jeopardize the "frozen" value established by O.C.G.A. 48-5-299c. This may result in an onsite inspection and a new assessment for 2017.

Instructions for Filing your 2017 Return:

  1. Create your log-in & user portfolio
  2. Add property to your Portfolio using either Owner Name, Mailing or Property Address and/or Parcel_ID.
  3. Review your current information,  2016 assessed value & enter 2017 (current year) property value.
  4. Sign & Submit to file your return electronically.
  5. Print submitted electronic PT-50R Tax Return eform or revisit your account at a later time using your log-in & password.

Please select the PT-50R Tax Return button below to start the on-line filing process.

PT-50R Real Property Tax Return

 

Welcome to the Gwinnett County’s Board of Assessor's 

 FULLY  ELECTRONIC - Real Property Tax Return  (Note:  This is NOT an appeal/dispute of value.)

Note or
Information

Filing a Real Property Tax Return does NOT constitute an appeal of value. To appeal, you must file within 45 days from the date on the 2017 Annual Notice of Assessment. This year, Notices will be issued on April 7, 2017 for real estate property. If you wish to dispute the value you can file an appeal on our website at that time.

Filing a Property Tax Return for 2017 is OPTIONAL. The following are examples of why you may elect to file a Property Tax Return:

  • Newly Purchased (2016) **email the first page of your settlement statement to assessorefile@gwinnettcounty.com
  • Extensive Repair or Remodeled
  • Extensive Damage
  • Demolition

If any of these changes apply to your home and you choose to file a Property Tax Return,  you may file between January 1, 2017 and midnight on April 1, 2017. 

*Please note: If your assessed value for 2016 was established by an appeal decision within the prior two years, filing a Property Tax Return may jeopardize the "frozen" value established by O.C.G.A. 48-5-299c. This may result in an onsite inspection and a new assessment for 2017.

Instructions for Filing your 2017 Return:

  1. Create your log-in & user portfolio
  2. Add property to your Portfolio using either Owner Name, Mailing or Property Address and/or Parcel_ID.
  3. Review your current information,  2016 assessed value & enter 2017 (current year) property value.
  4. Sign & Submit to file your return electronically.
  5. Print submitted electronic PT-50R Tax Return eform or revisit your account at a later time using your log-in & password.

Please select the PT-50R Tax Return button below to start the on-line filing process.

PT-50R Real Property Tax Return