Beaver County - Property Lookup Tutorial and Assessment Search

Written by Bill MacDonaldSeptember 8th, 20222 minute read

This page will explain how to look up your Beaver County property tax assessment and explain the use of the Beaver County tax calculator to estimate your property taxes in Beaver County, PA.

Want to know which municipality has the highest municipal millage rate in Beaver County? Who has the lowest? Find out.

This link >>> Beaver County Search Page, will open a new window in your browser and take you to the Beaver County, PA search page. You should see this page:

Beaver County Search Page

Read the Disclaimer at the bottom of the page, and if you agree, Click to Agree with Disclaimer and Continue line at the bottom of the page

Agree with Disclaimer and Continue

You should be at this screen:

Search options

You have three search options with Beaver County:

  • Search by Owner's Name
  • Search by Property Location
  • Search by Parcel Number

We'll search Wal-Mart (owner's name). Click on Search by Owner's Name:

You will see this screen. Read below the input box for search syntax (i.e. last name first, etc.)

Assessment search input box for Beaver County Pennsylvania

You should see this screen:

Results of assessment property search

Once you find the property, click on the Details link to the left of the name or property address

Results of assessment property search with Details highlighted

You are now at the results screen

Results screen for assessment search. Land & Building assessment. Owner address

The property taxes are calculated on the Assessed - Land and Assessed Building numbers. You will notice that Beaver County provides the municipality (Neighborhood) and school district.

Results search page with Neighborhood, school district, Land & Building assessment highlighted

Beaver County Tax Calculator

This calculator will estimate your property taxes in Beaver County, PA. The calculator should be useful for real estate agents to update the property taxes on their listings and help homeowners determine whether they should appeal their property taxes.

So here's how it works:

  1. Choose the municipality with the drop down box
  2. Enter the land and building values
  3. Click Update

There you have it, but what if the tax rates change? You can backspace out the pre-filled tax rates and enter the correct millage (click outside the box after entering the rate(s) to "lock in" your values.

→ Proceed to the tax calculator

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