White Plains is a City in Westchester County, NY. Homes and property in White Plains are taxed based on the assessments of the City of White Plains.

Are My City of White Plains Property Taxes Too High?

  • Property taxes are based on the market value of your White Plains, NY home.

  • Your local assessor sometimes overestimate the value of your home.

  • If the assessor overestimates the value, it means your home is over-assessed.

  • If your home is over-assessed, you pay more than your fair share in real estate taxes!

  • Stop paying more than your fair share – appeal your property tax assessment!

What Does The City Of White Plains Think My Property Is Worth?

City of White Plains Property Tax Calculator

If you think the property tax assessor for the City of White Plains has over-assessed your property, you should appeal your property tax assessment!

You have only one chance each year to appeal your property tax assessment. If you don’t file your property tax grievance by the deadline, you’ll be paying too much in property taxes for another year!

When Can I Appeal My Property Tax?

The City of White Plains has a set deadline to submit property tax grievances; Grievance Day:

  • Jan 22, 2024 City of White Plains

Contact Granite Today!

Contact us today for a no-obligation analysis of your property tax situation.

Get Started

Print, sign and return our Property Tax Reduction application & authorization form, and we’ll get started right away!

STAR Property Tax Relief

The School Tax Relief (STAR) program offers property tax relief to eligible New York State homeowners.

Recent Successful Property Tax Appeals in the City of White Plains

  • Albro Lane
  • Branch Brook Road
  • Brandywine Drive
  • Cedarwood Road
  • Chadwick Road
  • Chadwick Road
  • Cobblefield Lane
  • Colonial Road
  • Colonial Road
  • Cushman Road
  • Eagle Court
  • Easthaven Lane
  • Fifth Street
  • Grant Avenue
  • Hall Avenue
  • Hall Avenue
  • Havilands Lane
  • Heatherbloom Road
  • Hillair Circle
  • Longview Avenue