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On our website you will find useful information concerning property located in the City of Milwaukee and the assessment process. We have tried to design this site with you, the user, in mind. Much of the information you see is updated and maintained daily.
If you have any suggestions for improvement, they are truly welcome. You can either send a note to me or our department email. We are proud to be able to provide this service to you. We think Milwaukee is a great place to live and do business. Thanks again for visiting our site. We hope the information is useful.
2019 Assessment Notices
2019 assessment notices were mailed on Friday, April 19, 2019.
What Does Doomage Mean?
When you received your 2019 assessment notice, you may have “Doomage” listed as one of the reasons for change, and may be wondering what that means. Properties are noted as doomage if there is no interior inspection after a request to view has been made by the Assessor’s Office. The doomage can be from a few months ago to years ago. A doomage is not removed until an interior inspection is completed.
Property Assessment and Revaluation
The City Assessor’s Office is responsible for estimating the market value of all locally assessable property in the City of Milwaukee and producing an annual assessment roll listing all taxable property as of January 1st of each year.
The assessment roll describes the property, states the assessed value as of January 1st and lists the owner’s name and address. Property tax statements are computed in December using values on the assessment roll.
Appeals and Objections
Assessments can be appealed during the period between the end of April when notices are mailed and the 3rd Monday in May.
An objection must be filed by requesting an objection form and returning the completed form to the Assessor's office by the deadline.
See the links below for more information on the appeals and objection process.
2019 Personal Property Returns Available
The 2019 Personal Property (PA-003) return is now available. Businesses with a personal property accounts will be mailed letters in early January requesting business owners to download and complete the form. The completed and signed form is to be returned to our office on or before March 1, 2019. For more information about personal property retuns, click here.
Property Record Requests
Online property data resources
When visiting our office
- If you would like to view more than 3 property records, we will need 24 hour notice. Please call 414-286-3651 to arrange to have the files brought to the front desk for viewing. Each property record file will be looked at by staff prior to viewing to remove confidential information. A Records Request Form will need to be filled out and signed. If prior notice is not provided, the requested records will be available within 24 hours.
- If copies are needed, we provide one free copy of the computer generated property record card. Anything after that is 25 cents per page. Plat map pages are $2 each. Cash only. If you need more than 10 copies, we will also need 24 hour notice.
2018 Biennial Exemption Reports
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* While the data within this site is believed to be correct, no warranty is given or implied as to its accuracy. DO NOT make any decisions to buy or sell real estate based solely on the data presented on this Web site. Verify all pertinent data prior to making any final decisions.
* Timeliness of data: Except for January, the ownership, sales and assessment data on our site is updated on or about the 25th of each month.