How can I calculate my property taxes?
To calculate your property taxes, a community member needs the limited property value of their property. Note: This is not the current fair market value of a home that can be found on Zillow or Redfin but rather the Limited Property Value as calculated by the Maricopa County Assessor. This amount can be located on the Property Notice of Valuation that is mailed each year from the Maricopa County Assessor or online by visiting the Maricopa County Assessor website.
For additional financial information on the Peoria Unified School District, visit our Bonds and Overrides page. The example valuation below is a home that has an approximate fair market value of $450,000, if it were to be listed for sale on the open market. Example tax calculation based on Example valuation: Limited Property Value: $288,977 X .10 = $28,897.70 Then divide $28,897.70 BY 100 = $288.97 X $2.9267 = $845.75 ESTIMATED SECONDARY PROPERTY TAX PER YEAR.