Assessing

COVID-19 Tax Exemption Information April 2020 
COVID-19 Tax Exemption Extention Information 

Paul McKenney  Karen Fortier 
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pmckenney@mrigov.com kfortier@mrigov.com
 Municipal Resources Inc, has been contracted by the Town of Berwick to be Assessor agents and value all real and personal property.
Assessment information is available either through the Assessor's online database or through this office. 
The valuation of each property is established for April 1, 2019. 

Telephone:
(207) 698-1101  Ext. 114
Fax: (207) 698-5181
Hours of Contact:  Usually in Berwick on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; however, it is better to call because they are frequently out on the road.

Notice Cyclical Property Inspections:

Beginning the week of 6/22/20, MRI will visit roughly 25% of properties each year to check for accurate measurements of improvements and to verify all pertinent data. Property Owners will receive letters if their property is scheduled for a visit.

Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, and in an abundance of caution, MRI staff will not be conducting any interior inspections.  However, unless you indicate otherwise by calling the MRI office at 603-279-0352, MRI staff will visit your property to verify measurements and exterior details of any property improvements.

Go Here To Learn More about Cyclical Inspections


 Assessment information is available from this office including tax maps, valuation listings, property cards, aerial photos, and real estate transfers. These items may be examined during regular business hours and copies are available for a fee.

2020
Tax Rate: $17.53
Taxes Due:  1st Half:  October 15, 2019
2nd Half:  April 16, 2020
Fiscal Year: July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020
Assessment Date:   April 1st
Commitment Date: August 27, 2019
Abatement Filing Deadline: February 28, 2020
Assessment Ratio:  100%

 
 

SALE OF PROPERTY - TAX BILL
If you are the owner of record on April 1, you will receive the current year's tax bill.  Please forward the tax bill to the new owner if you sell your property after April 1 of the current year.  New owners will not receive a new tax bill or have their name changed until the following April 1 date.
Proration of taxes between the buyer and seller does not involve the municipality.  Often times monies are collected for taxes at the closing but are not paid to the municipality.