How do I make real estate tax payments?
The Township of Hampton Council and the Hampton Township School Board each adopt a real estate tax rate in December of each year for the upcoming fiscal year. This rate is a percentage of the property's fair market value as determined by the Allegnehy County Board of Assessment Appeals and Review assessors and is collected by Jordan Tax Service from May through August of each year. A penalty of 10% is assessed to owners who do not pay property taxes by the due date each year. Failure to pay could result in forfeiture of property.

Bills are mailed to the owner's last known address. It is the taxpayer's responsibility to keep Jordan Tax Service and Allegheny County informed about current billing information. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve the taxpayer of responsibility for paying it. Many homeowners pay monthly installments for taxes to their mortgage company, which keeps these monies in an escrow account from which they pay the taxes when due. Tax bills are mailed to the mortgage companies in these cases.

For more information, or to notify Jordan Tax Service of an address change for your real estate tax bill, contact JTS at:
102 Rahway Road
McMurray, PA 15317-3349


437 Grant St.
Suite. 900
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. They can be reached by telephone at 412-835-5243 or 724-731-2300.

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1. How do I pay Earned Income Taxes?
2. How do I pay the Local Services Tax?
3. How do I go about getting a municipal lien letter for a property in Hampton?
4. What are the current Local Tax / Millage Rates?
5. What are the current School Tax / Millage Rates?
6. Am I eligible for tax relief for senior or disabled citizens?
7. What is required for closing on a home in Hampton Township?
8. What is a real estate tax assessment?
9. How do I make real estate tax payments?
10. What do I do if my billing address changes?
11. Can I get a tax certification document?
12. When are the deadlines for local taxes?