Martin county tax collector

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Tax Assessor - Collector

"It is the mission of the Martin County Tax Office to assess and collect the taxes and to provide exemplary service in a cost efficient manner to all the residents of Martin County."

The Martin County Tax Assessor-Collector is a constitutional officer mandated by the Texas constitution, elected by and directly responsible to the people. The Constitution of the State of Texas of 1845 originally set-up an elective office of Assessor and Collector of Taxes. Many changes have taken place over the years leading to the current responsibilities of County Tax Assessor-Collectors. Assessor-Collectors are elected to four-year terms and are one of only two constitutionally mandated county-wide elected positions.

Because of the wide range of responsibilities performed by the Assessor-Collector, most citizens deal with this office more frequently than with any other. The Office of the Tax Assessor-Collector provides services for Property Tax Collections and is designated by statute as the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) agent for the collection of motor vehicle sales taxes, registrations, and other related fees.

Until 2013 the Tax Assessor-Collector also served as Voter Registrar for Martin County. On October 1, 2013, those duties, along with the County Clerk's responsibilities for conducting elections, passed to the newly created position of Elections Administrator who now maintains the records of registered voters. The Tax Assessor-Collector's office also issues tax certificates, conducts Sheriff Sales for real and personal property, and collects State mandated vehicle inventory tax.

The Martin County Tax Office collects ad valorem property taxes, Road & Bridge taxes and collects taxes for the Permian Basin Underground Water District for Martin County. 

We are committed to serving you. Please don't hesitate to call us should you have any questions regarding your property taxes, vehicle title or registration.


Tax Deeds

The Martin County Clerk and Comptroller's Office is excited to announce that tax deed sales have moved to an online auction. For more information on upcoming sales see:

General Information

A Tax Deed Sale is the sale of property to the highest bidder at a public auction to recover delinquent property taxes.

The Tax Deed sale process commences when a certificate holder files an Application for Tax Deed with the Tax Collector's Office. The Tax Collector's Office certifies the application to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller (the Clerk) and a Tax Deed Sale is scheduled.

Important Notice: All properties are sold as is. Bidders are responsible for conducting their own research as to the property being sold, its location or condition, the condition of any structures or fixtures thereon, its marketability, potential uses, zoning, or whether any other potential liens or defects in the title may exist.

Statutory Authority for Tax Deed Sale Proceedings

The Clerk's Office follows sections 197.502 and 197.582, Florida Statutes, as interpreted in the Florida Department of Revenue Property Tax Rules, Chapter 12D of the Florida Administrative Code.

Before the Auction

The Clerk notifies property owners and recorded lienholders that the property identified by the Tax Certificate will be sold at public auction if the delinquent taxes, interest and other costs related to sale are not paid. All owners and lienholders are sent notice of the sale by Regular and Certified Mail. Owners are also served a notice by the Sheriff's Department. If the owner is not found, the Sheriff will post a warning notice of sale on the property at least twenty (20) days prior to the auction.

Tax Deed sales are advertised in the Stuart News, once a week for four consecutive weeks prior to the sale.

The sales are held at 10 am, or as otherwise advertised. The sales are conducted electronically at the Clerk's Official Online Tax Deed Sale portal pursuant to 197.542, Florida Statutes.

At the Auction

The successful high bidder shall post with the clerk a nonrefundable deposit of 5% of the total sale or $200, whichever is greater, at the time of the sale, to be applied to the sale price at the time of full payment. The balance of the full payment of the final bid, plus documentary stamp tax and recording fees must be paid within 24 hours of the sale. All funds must be certified as outlined in the administrative policy. Personal checks and credit cards will NOT be accepted. Upon receipt of payment in full, the Clerk will issue and immediately record a Tax Deed in the Official Records of Martin County, Florida. The owner may redeem the property until the entire balance is paid in full and the Tax Deed is signed by the Clerk.

If there are no bids higher than the opening bid, the property is struck from the auction and offered to the certificate holder. If the property has a homestead exemption and the certificate holder chooses not to take title to the property, the Clerk of the Circuit Court will immediately re-advertise the property and re-set the property for auction within thirty (30) days.

If there are no bids greater than the opening bid on the second sale and the tax certificate holder still does not wish to take title, the property is placed on a list of lands available for sale. If unsold after 7 years, the property is turned over to the County.

Additional Information

Tax Deed Files

Files for Tax Deed Sales held prior to March 30, 2017, are available for inspection during regular office hours of 8 am to 5 pm at:
Official Records Division
1st Floor - Constitutional Office Building
100 SE Ocean Boulevard
Stuart, FL 34994

Tax Certificates

For information regarding the details of the annual tax certificate sale - or any other questions regarding the tax certificates prior to certification to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller for tax deed sale, please contact the Tax Collector's Delinquent Tax Division at 772-288-5749 or refer to the Tax Collector's Delinquent Tax Division website.

Assessed Value

For information regarding the assessed value of real property, please contact the Property Appraiser's Office at 772-288-5608 or refer to the Property Appraiser's Office website.

List of Lands Available

View the list of lands available for taxes.

Tax Deed Overbid List

See a list of overbid funds currently held in the Court Registry (PDF). If you believe that you are entitled to a portion of such funds, you must complete and submit an Affidavit of Claim to the Clerk's Office. Affidavit of Claims can be found in the Forms section of our website.

For specific information regarding Tax Deed Sales in Martin County, Florida, please contact the Official Records division at 772-288-5554 or by email to Tax Deeds Sales.

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Tax collection dates: Real estate and personal property taxes are due on May 10 and November 10 of each year unless those dates fall on a weekend or holiday. The statement will be mailed in April and contain two coupons, one for each due date. Failure to receive a tax statement by mail does not relieve the taxpayer of the responsibility for the tax payment and/or penalties when delinquent.

Payment options

  • In person with check, cash, money order, credit or debit card at the Treasurer’s Office in the county courthouse at 129 Main St, Shoals, IN 47581. Bring your bill.
  • By mail with check or money order. Include your payment coupon with your payment. Also include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like a receipt mailed back to you. Payment is considered on time when postmarked by the USPS by the due date. Postage meter dates show the day postage was affixed to the envelope, not the date it was mailed; therefore, postage meter dates are not valid post marks.
  • Online with credit or debit card. Pay at  The card processor will add an additional fee of 2.65%

Escrow accounts: Call your mortgage company or escrow agent to confirm payment. You may email [email protected] or call (812) 247-3701 to request a receipt. If you recently closed your escrow account, contact the Treasurer’s Office to confirm payment or balance due. If you received a bill, you should contact your mortgage company to bill the escrow account.

Buying or selling a home: Tax bills are sent to the owner of record as of January 1st of the prior year for real estate parcels.

Penalties and partial payments: Any unpaid balances after the due dates are assessed a penalty. If there are no prior delinquencies, a 5% penalty will be added if paid in full within 30 calendar days after the payment was due. An additional 5% penalty will be added on the 31st day after the payment was due for any unpaid balances. If there is a prior delinquent amount on the parcel as of the due date, a 10% penalty will be added on the day after the payment due date.

The Treasurer’s Office accepts partial payments for taxes in any amount and as frequently as the taxpayer wants to make partial payments. However, any unpaid amounts remaining as of the due date will be assessed penalties as described above.

Mobile home title transfer permits and moving permits

To obtain a title transfer permit, you will need:

  1. Mobile home title, court order, or BMV affidavit of sale or disposal
  2. The following information: Name, address and phone number of current owner, name, address and phone number of new owner, current location of mobile home, and dimensions of the mobile home
  3. All taxes must be paid current

To obtain a moving permit you will need:

  1. Mobile home title
  2. The following information: name, address, and phone number of current owner, current location of mobile home, new location of mobile home and dimensions of the mobile home


Contact Us

Lori D. Carrico, Martin County Treasurer
129 Main St / PO Box 359
Shoals, IN 47581
P: (812) 247-3701
[email protected]
Hours: M-F 8am-4pm

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