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by Ruby - 19 hours ago
Does the bill you got have the word "duplicate" stamped on it anywhere? If so, this was sent to you for your records while the original was sent to your mortgage company. If not, contact your mortgage company and let them know you received the bill.
by mycornerofbrickheaven - 19 hours ago
They are the same thing. The tax bill- what you received- will still come to you every year. As long as you have an impound or escrow account that includes your property taxes though- the lender will pay the bill for you. It is still good to keep those tax bills to see if the taxes are going up though as many people get caught with an escrow shortage and then have to catch up the difference. If you note the taxes have gone up a bunch from the previous year, you might want to speak to your lender about making some changes in the amount they impound each month before they hit you with an escrow shortage bill. This would also be true for your home owners insurance bills that also will change from time to time. I'm not sure if Virginia has it or if you are qualified for it, but many states allow you to homestead your property that fixes in your tax rate so it does not continue to change year to year. You might want to look into that.
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by luvmeslowly04 - 19 hours ago
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