Know More About Your 2012 Property Assessment

Learn how and why your property was assessed the way it was. Also, you can compare your property assessment with others in your neighbourhood and community.

  1. Log in to www.AboutMyProperty.ca
  2. If you're new to the site create an account,  if not, log in as you normally do.
  3. Enter your Roll Number and Access key. You can find this information in the bottom right corner of your assessment notice.
  4. Go to My Property to check your property profile report
  5. If you notice any incorrect information, do all the changes and submit it, you can submit this imformation once per year so make sure to check everything before submitting all changes
  6. To check your neighbourhood assessment, go to My Neighbourhood. You can view upto 100 property snapshots and upto 24 detailed property reports

If you disagree with your property assessment:

  1. Contact MPAC
  2. Ask MPAC to review your assessment through a request for reconsideration (RFR)
  3. File an appeal with the assessment review board (ARB)

MPAC contact information: 1 866-296-MPAC(6722), 1 877-889-MPAC(6722)

Municipal property assessment increases

Pickering -- 17.2 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 4.2 per cent. The average single family house went from being valued at $377,852 in 2008, to being valued at $443,037 in 2012.

Ajax -- 15.9 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 3.9 per cent. The average single family home went from being valued at $337,435 in 2008, to being valued at $390,967 in 2012.

Whitby -- 15.9 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 3.9 per cent. The average single family dwelling went from being valued at $346,409 in 2008, to being valued at $401,158 in 2012.

Uxbridge -- 14.3 per cent, phased in at 3.2 per cent. The average single family house went from being valued at $408,784 in 2008, to being valued at $471,584 in 2012.

Clarington -- 11.6 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 2.6 per cent. The average single family home went from being valued at $296,701 in 2008, to being valued at $332,836 in 2012.

Scugog -- 11.4 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 2.6 per cent. The average single family dwelling went from being valued at $323,796 in 2008, to being valued at $361,103 in 2012.

Brock -- 11.2 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 2.4 per cent. The average single family house went from being valued at $233,534 in 2008, to being valued at $259,783 in 2012.

Oshawa -- 8.9 per cent assessment increase, phased in at 2 per cent. The average single family home went from being valued at $254,268 in 2008, to being valued at $277,129 in 2012.

 

 




Samar Manuel

Samar Manuel

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CENTURY 21 Infinity Realty Inc., Brokerage*
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