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Real Property Tax Administration

Real-property taxation involves three basic stages. First is the inventory of the tax base. Here, LGUs make actual field inspection and record specific characteristics and owners of parcels of real-property located within a certain jurisdiction. Based on this information, LGUs prepare a schedule of current and fair market values of all types of real properties. This schedules is approved for application by the Sanggunian Panlalawigan. Second, LGUs appraise each owner’s real-property on the basis of the schedule. Thereafter, LGUs assess the properties based on the assessment levels provided in the Local Government Code. Finally, LGUs compute owners’ tax liabilities by applying the tax rate prescribed by the Sanggunian Bayan. The LGUs then send notices of tax liabilities to property owners.

The Office of the Municipal Assessor is currently computerizing its Real Property Tax procedures and building-up Databases thru the  eRPTS System provided by the DOST-National Computer Center.  This is among the many services provided by the NCC to the municipality of Guinayangan, Quezon for its being one of the pilot LGUs in jumpstarting Electronic Governance in Local Government Units in the country.  In support to the eLGU project of NCC, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) provided the municipality of Guinayangan with 1 server and 4 workstations to fasttrack the implementation of the eRPTS project.


Procedures for payment of your Real Property Tax

  1. Secure a copy of any of the following:

    • Last years payment receipt
    • Old assessment
    • Declaration of property
    • Property's TCT


  2. Proceed to the Office of the Municipal Assessor for proper assessment of your property.  Look for the Clerk or the Local Assessment Operations Officer for assistance.  Secure from him a copy of the latest declaration of your property if you do not have it yet.  

  1. Proceed to the Office of the Municipal Treasurer for proper payment.  Look for the Local Revenue Collection Officer for assistance.

          Please take note of the following:

  • All arrears will be computed
  • Choose from the type of payments (Annual, Semi-annual, Quarterly)
  1. Secure your official receipt and keep it for safekeeping.



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