I sold this property. Why am I getting this tax bill?

North Carolina law states that all taxable real property shall be listed and billed in the name of the owner as of January 1st each year. If this is a bill for real property that was sold on or after January 1st, you may mail the tax bill directly to the new owner. It is Moore County Tax Department policy to provide a copy of the tax bill to the new owner as soon as possible. If you purchased property after January 1 and did not receive that specific tax bill, please call our office 910-947-2255.

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1. When are real estate taxes due?
2. Can I make partial payments on my taxes?
3. Can I prepay my taxes before the bills are mailed?
4. Can I pay my taxes on line?
5. I sold this property. Why am I getting this tax bill?
6. How can I get a list of the properties being sold at the tax foreclosure sales?
7. How are foreclosure sales conducted?
8. Do I have to be present to bid on a tax foreclosure property?
9. How often are tax foreclosure sales conducted?
10. Can I buy tax liens and if I pay the taxes, does that mean that the property will be mine?
11. How many years do taxes have to be past due before foreclosure is started?
12. I have an escrow account with my mortgage company to pay my taxes. How do I know that they received a copy of my tax bill?
13. How do I get a license to start a new business in Moore County?