What is a Tax Deed?

After two years from the execution of a tax lien, the Tax Collector must, by NH law, deed to the Town any properties on which full redemption has not been made.

A Notice of Impending Deed is sent to the current owner(s) and any mortgagees at least 30 days prior to deeding by certified mail, return receipt requested. This Notice will include the amount of taxes owed, interest, and costs, as well as the last date and time payment will be accepted. If the total amount due has not been made by the date specified in the Notice, the Tax Collector deeds the property to the Town.

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1. What is the Billing Process?
2. How are the amounts due calculated?
3. What is the Tax Year?
4. What if we escrow?
5. What is a Tax Lien?
6. What is a Tax Deed?
7. What is the Yield Tax and Land Use Change Tax?