THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR OWING PROPERTY ON CAMPOBELLO

 

 

 

What can you bring into Canada for your visit or summer stay?
 
Try the link below to the Canadian Border Services Agency!

Canadian Border Services Agency

 

NB Power (electric service)

 

Contact Us By Phone General Questions (toll-free)

1 800 663-6272

General Number (506) 458-4444

Reporting Power Interruptions (Fredericton) (506) 443-6599

(toll-free) 1 800 442-4424 Technical support for MY NB Power Account 1 888 544-2333

 

PAYING PROPERTY TAXES & THE EXCHANGE RATE: When paying property taxes, be sure to verify the US to CA exchange rate. The Minister of Finance conducts its business with the Royal Bank of Canada 506 466-2127. It will send your US check to that bank, receive confirmation of its Canadian value, and apply it to your payment. Please note that this rate is not the same as the rate that you can request from the Canadian Customs Station.(By calling 1-800-461-9999 from Canada or 1-204-983-3500 from the U.S). It is usually higher which may account for shortages in payment requiring a follow-up bill requesting additional money.

 

Property Tax information DID YOU KNOW THAT CANADIAN AND US CITIZENS MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR A NEW CONSTRUCTION PROPERTY TAX CREDIT IF YOU ARE RENOVATING YOUR PROPERTY IN NEW BRUNSWICK?? YOU ALSO HAVE THE RIGHT TO REASSESSMENT and an APPEAL PLEASE CHECK THE FOLLOWING LINKS FOR INFORMATION

 

Request for Residential Property Tax Credit https://www.pxw1.snb.ca/SNB9000/product.aspx?ProductID=A001PPropTaxCr&l=e

 

 

BELL ALIANT (PHONE)

Repair & Technical Support:Please call 1-888-214-7896 to report a problem with your Bell Aliant services. Repair and Technical support is available 24 hrs/day 7 days/week.

THE APPEAL PROPERTY TAX PROCESS 

 

http://www.snb.ca/e/1000/1000-5/e/1000-5_012_e.asp

 

(click on underlined link)

 

 

The following information are excerpts from Service New Brunswick site

for additional information please click link at end of article. 

 

 

 "What if I don't agree with the assessment?"

If you disagree with your assessment, there are several things you can do:

  1. Take a moment to compare your assessment to other assessments in your neighborhood. Search now

  2. You can contact your regional assessment office and speak to the assessor that assessed your property. Contact information can also be found on your Property Assessment and Tax Notice.

  3. If you’re still unsure about the fairness of your assessment, you can then formally request a review. This must be done by March 31st. To request a review, simply tear off the middle portion of your Notice, called “Request for Review of Assessment”, fill it in and mail it back to us at the address on the form. We will mail you our decision. Please note that you can only request a review on the market value of your property – not the capped value.

  4. If you disagree with our decision on your “Request for Review of Assessment”, you can then appeal. This must be done within 21 days of us mailing you the decision. Information on how to appeal will be included with the decision we send you. Learn more about the Appeal Process.

 

May I discuss this further?

 

The assessor who visited your property left a door-hanger on your front door with the contact information of the responsible assessor on it. Please feel free to contact this person if you have any questions about your property re-inspection.

For more information on the re-inspection program or any other assessment-related activities, please contact the regional office nearest 

Service New Brunswick