Some Landlords are surprised to receive a bill from the City of San Diego for their rental property. According to the City Treasurer Landlords are required to pay an annual tax. Don't be caught off guard. Take a look at their site for more details. This tax is for residential properties. The City runs a check for out of area owners and then sends our bills. For more details: http://www.sandiego.gov/treasurer/payments/rtax/If the tax is not paid on time - guess what? Late fees are tacked on to the bill. In order to avoid late fees set up an automatic payment with your bank to pay the annual fee.As a reminder I am not an Accountant. I am someone that believes in paying her bills on time.
About Colleen K. Cotter - mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group
The mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group provides professional real estate consultation in the areas of residential, income properties, luxury rentals, short sales, first time home Buyers, real estate for senior citizens, real estate issues related to divorce, military and corporate relocation. We are experts in downtown San Diego and coastal properties especially Coronado, Encinitas and Point Loma, downtown lofts and condos, urban planning and sports team seasonal placements.
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