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Tax Assessor Information


Don’t get stuck paying more taxes than you need to.

If you are occupying your home as a primary residence you are entitled to the 4% owner occupied rate. However, when your ownership was recorded with the county, they automatically assess at the higher non-owner occupied rate of 6% until you apply and prove it’s your primary residence. 

Once you have received your recorded deed back from your closing attorney (usually 60-90 days after your settlement date), take it and a copy of your driver’s license reflecting property address, and your application for primary residence to the tax assessor’s office.

Depending on the county, additional information may be required. For your convenience we have compiled a reference list below. Please check these sites, or contact the assessor’s office, for the most current requirements and applications available. 

And, as always, please call us if we can assist you in any way.

Anderson County Tax Office

401 E River Street

Anderson, SC 29624

864.260.4028

Fairfield County Tax Office

101 S. Congress Street

Winnsboro, SC 29180

803.712.6520


Greenville County Tax Office

301 University Ridge, Ste 700

Greenville, SC 29601

864.467.7300


Kershaw County Tax Office

515 Walnut Street

Camden, SC 29020

803.425.1523


Laurens County Tax Office

100 Hillcrest Square D

Laurens, SC 29360

864.984.6546


Lexington County Tax Office

212 S Lake Drive

Lexington, SC 29072

803.785.8190


Newberry County Tax Office

1226 College Street

Newberry, SC 29108

803.321.2125


Pickens County Tax Office

222 McDaniel Ave

Pickens, SC 29671

864.898.5872


Richland County Tax Office

2020 Hampton Street

Columbia, SC 29205

803.576.2640


Union County Tax Office

203 N Herndon Street

Union, SC 29379

864.429.1650


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