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Resources:

- Tax Claim Home
- Tax Sale Information
- FAQs
- InfoCon for Balance Due



Contact:

Location: 
McKean County Courthouse 

Address:
McKean County Tax Claim Bureau
500 W. Main Street  Smethport, PA 16749

Phone:
814.887.3230

Fax:
814.887.3376

E-mail: click here

Angelia Tennies
Director - McKean County Tax Claim Bureau

Heather Dynda
Assistant Director


 

                McKean County Tax Claim Bureau

  

The Tax Claim Bureau provides for the efficient collection of delinquent real estate taxes and the return of properties to the tax rolls.

The property owner may make partial payments in any amount during the first year in Tax Claim. At the end of the first year, the claim becomes “Absolute”.

In September of the second year, the property is exposed to the Upset Tax Sale if the taxes remain unpaid. Property unsold at Upset Sale proceeds to Judicial Tax Sale the following Spring. If the property is not sold at Judicial Sale, it is placed in the CountyRepository.

 

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Resources:

- Tax Claim Home
- Tax Sale Information
- FAQs
- InfoCon for Balance Due



Contact:

Location: 
McKean County Courthouse 

Address:
McKean County Tax Claim Bureau
500 W. Main Street  Smethport, PA 16749

Phone:
814.887.3230

Fax:
814.887.3376

E-mail: click here

Angelia Tennies
Director - McKean County Tax Claim Bureau

Heather Dynda
Assistant Director


 

                McKean County Tax Claim Bureau

  

The Tax Claim Bureau provides for the efficient collection of delinquent real estate taxes and the return of properties to the tax rolls.

The property owner may make partial payments in any amount during the first year in Tax Claim. At the end of the first year, the claim becomes “Absolute”.

In September of the second year, the property is exposed to the Upset Tax Sale if the taxes remain unpaid. Property unsold at Upset Sale proceeds to Judicial Tax Sale the following Spring. If the property is not sold at Judicial Sale, it is placed in the CountyRepository.

 

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