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Delinquent real property owners put on notice

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Department of Rev & tax is advising property owners that if you haven't paid your real property taxes from 2012, you may be in danger of major penalties. Rev & Tax director John Camacho says last Friday, the department published a list of delinquent property owners giving them a 90-day notice of intent to deed their property to the Government of Guam if their real property taxes aren't paid by July 5 this year.

"It's a lot of individuals in there but we're looking at 7,000-8,000 transactions that haven't been paid with the tune of $2.5 to 2.6 million dollars that still remains to be paid for 2012," he said.

Addressing delinquent real property taxes is one of the 10 initiatives Governor Eddie Calvo outlined in his State of the Island Address earlier this year. Camacho meanwhile says the final installment of payments for real property taxes for 2013 is due on April 20. You can view 2012 list at GuamTax.com.

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