Property Assessment in New Brunswick

Property assessors review approximately 467,000 properties each year with the goal of assessing each property at market value, or what each property would sell for on the open real estate market.

Property tax bills are mailed on March 1 each year and property owners have 90 days to pay. Amended tax bills (bills that have been revised) are mailed throughout the year and payment is due 90 days from the mailing date (the due date is indicated on the tax bill).
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Amended tax bills (bills that have been revised) are mailed throughout the year and payment is due 90 days from the mailing date (the due date is indicated on the tax bill).

Property owners can appeal their assessed value within 30 days of the mailing of the tax bill. 

Request for Review (First level of Appeal)
Due to the high volume of Request for Reviews for 2017, property owners can expect a delay in responses from the regional assessment offices. Service New Brunswick anticipates the process to complete the requests for review will extend into late 2017 and early 2018. In order to avoid possible penalties, all bills issued in March should be paid by May 31st. If an adjustment is made to the value of your property a credit to your account will be issued with interest.

Request for Review (appeal) process
Request for Review application

This site focuses on property assessment. For more information about property tax or your property tax account, please visit:

  • Provincial property taxes: Department of Finance www.gnb.ca/finance, 1-800-669-7070.
  • Municipal property taxes: contact your Municipality or the Department of Environment and Local Government www.gnb.ca/localgovernment.
 
 
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