Property tax liability for Non-Profit Organizations

What is the current situation regarding City, County and School property taxes if the property is owned by a Non-Profit entity? Does it matter what type of Non-Profit? Religious entities? What about special assessments and/or associations?

Posted by Chris, 5 replies, last post over 1 year ago

Tiffany Moné:

Hi!! {^_^} The Mission:

"Our goal is Restoration and Mission Completion is defined by the awarding of equal opportunity for fruitful, forward progression and better quality of living; locally and globally, for ALL. We want to restore the greatness of the people by providing a means for independence, and introducing freedom, whatever that means for the individual, with education. We aim to restore the greatness of the city, for with neighborhood development, pride development follows. We call for the restoration of Our Earth by expanding greening efforts using simple & practical means. Ultimately, Love brings or produces change and we are here to show that."

Restore, Restore, Restore!


January 22, 2013
Tiffany Moné:

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(313)808-3859 or

December 20, 2012
Tiffany Moné:

Hi Chris, this should help.

And the fastest way I found was to calculate the tax mileage x 1/2 the property value. The city clerk has those numbers, Mark

PROJECT Love--->Change would you like to learn more? Perhaps get involved?

Founder & Project Coordinator:
Essie Ree's Homes for Homeless or 313-808-3859

Please contact me. Thank You! {^_^}

October 21, 2012
Mark Hoffman:

Great question! I was wondering if community organizations would be exempt if they were the winning bidder. Also wondering if anyone knows of a reliable time-efficient way to find out what the taxes would be on a particular property...

October 20, 2012
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