Information for Homeowners to learn more about property assessment, ways to reduce property taxes, and much more.
Real Property AssessmentsLearn more about how Prop 13 affects your property value and how our office assesses property.
Welcome to the Supplemental Tax Calculator
This calculator is designed to help you estimate property taxes after purchasing your home.
Address Change FormDownload this form below to submit a change of mailing address application. You can mail in the form or drop off it in the drop box located outside City Hall at 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place. The drop box is checked daily.
Contest Your Assessed ValueAny property owner who disagrees with the property assessed value may request a formal review by contesting the property value through the City & County of San Francisco, Assessment Appeals Board.
Notice of Assessed ValueA Notice of Assessed Value is mailed out by the Office of the Assessor-Recorder every July. This notice is to inform property owners of their property's assessed value, which is a representation of the market value.
Transferring Assessed Value
Under select circumstances, homeowners can transfer the assessed value of their principal residence to a newly purchased or replacement dwelling, or transfer their real property to a child or grandchild without triggering a reassessment.
New Construction, Remodeling, RepairLearn more about your tax obligations if you are remodeling your home or completing new construction work.
Property SearchAccess San Francisco Property Parcel Information by using this handy tool.
Change in OwnershipIf a transfer of real property results in the transfer of the present interest and beneficial use of the property, then such transfer would constitute a change in ownership. A transfer can be a sale or purchase, but it also can be a gift or inheritance.
Restrictive Covenant ModificationRecordation of this document allows owners to strike out blatant racial, religious, or otherwise unlawfully restrictive covenants from a previously recorded document after the City Attorney's Office determines such language violates the fair housing laws and is void.