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Taxpayer's Return of Real Property

Taxpayers have each year, from January 1 through April 1, the right to file a Taxpayer’s Return of Real Property with the Tax Commissioner’s office. This is an opportunity for the taxpayer to inform the County he/she has a different opinion of the value of a property than the value established by the County in the previous year. This process can be used whenever a taxpayer has made changes to his/her property or if he/she simply disagrees with the value the County has declared.

Filing the Taxpayer’s Return of Real Property entitles the taxpayer to a review of the value(s) established by the Tax Assessor’s Office and results in a notice to the taxpayer after the review process is completed. If the review process still results in a disagreement between the taxpayer and the Assessor’s Office, the Assessment Notice is a required part of the process if the taxpayer wishes to further pursue an adjustment in the value of his/her property. A written appeal must be filed within 45 days of the Assessment Notice.

You may choose to download Form PT-50 at:

To begin the process of filing a Taxpayer's Return of Real Property:

The form should be completed in its entirety, identifying the property by map & parcel, and tax district. Be sure to provide all of the information asked for, including the values you believe the property is worth in the far right column of section C.

You may contact the Tax Commissioner's Office at 770-461-3652 if you have questions or need help completing the form.


We are located at the Fayette County Administrative Complex

140 W. Stonewall Avenue
Suite 109 (Motor Vehicles)
Suite 110 (Property Tax & Mobile Homes)
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214


P. O. Box 70
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214