Property Tax Information

Your property tax is determined by three factors:

  1. the amount of money spent by local taxing jurisdictions,
  2. the taxable market value of the property and 
  3. the property class

The time to challenge your property class or market value is at the Local Board of Review and County Board of Equalization; this meeting is held in the spring.

Questions can be directed to Kevin Wynn, Hennepin County Assessor, 612-348-3046.


Property Tax Refund artwork with houses on it

  • Get relief for your rent or property tax! If you’re a Minnesota homeowner or renter, you may qualify for the state’s property tax refund. This refund is now available to those with Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs). Find out more at 
  • Recent tax law changes increased the 2022 Homestead Credit Refund (for Homeowners) and Renter’s Property Tax Refund! Revenue is automatically increasing refunds on previously filed returns. If you have not filed yet, you have until August 15, 2024! Find out more at
  • Homeowners: You may now qualify for the special property tax refund if your property tax increased by more than 6% from 2022 to 2023. Revenue automatically increased refunds on previously filed returns that claimed the special refund. If you have not filed yet, you have until August 15, 2024, to claim this refund. Find out more at
  • Need to file a property tax refund? You can file on paper or electronically by August 15. You have up to one year after the due date to file. Free electronic filing is available for homeowners on our website. You may also qualify for help at a free tax preparation site. Find out more at 



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