Q: Why do I owe my delinquent property taxes to Tower?
A: Your local government assigned your tax lien to Tower to accelerate its revenue and help balance its budget. As a result of this assignment we have been authorized to collect upon these delinquent obligations.
Q: Will it cost me more than if my municipality had not sold the tax lien on my property?
A: No. Tower, by statute, can only charge the same interest, fees and costs as your Tax Collector or Treasurer. No additional interest, fees or costs will be imposed except where a foreclosure action is required due to non-payment.
Q: Can I repay my outstanding delinquencies by making payments in installments?
A: Depending on the legal requirements of your taxing jurisdiction and other circumstances, you may be able to qualify for an installment payment plan designed to allow you to redeem your outstanding tax obligations.
Q: I think I paid my tax bill, but it still shows on the land records as unpaid, how can I get this resolved?
A: A Tower payoff specialist can check to see when you paid the bill and when the release was sent, please call (800) 316-9584 to discuss your account's status.
Q: I don’t live at this address anymore, why are you trying to collect this obligation from me?
A: This happens from time to time, as we get our information from your local government and there may be a reason why we have you listed as the party responsible for the delinquent account. If you received a bill that you believe was in error, please call a payment specialist at (800) 316-9584 .
Q: I have filed for bankruptcy and I have received a notice from Tower. What do I do next?
A: Please call us at (800) 316-9584 to speak with one of our servicing representatives who will update our records. When you call please have the date of your bankruptcy filing and the case number as well as the telephone number of the attorney who represents you.
Please feel free to fill out the form below, and a representative will get back to you as soon as possible.