The Horry County Assessor's Office appraises and lists all real property for taxation and maintains ownership information. It reviews legal residence (or primary residence) applications, agriculture assessments, and many other ownership functions.
The South Carolina General Assembly has passed two new Amendments regarding legal residence. Find out more about how these changes may affect your Legal Residence Qualification.
A home located in the unincorporated area o Horry County (qualified legal residence):
A commercial property located in the unincorporated area of Horry County:
1 County Millage: 45.2; School: 130.2; Fire: 21.2; Waste Mgmt: 6.0;
Although a taxpayer receives just one property tax bill, there are other agencies that utilize that one tax bill to collect their own taxes. These agencies are itemized out on your bill, which include the School District, municipalities, special tax districts, etc. Any increase by any of these agencies will result in an increase to the overall tax bill.
After the mobile home has been registered, a permit must be obtained from Horry County Code Enforcement ($150 plus Zoning fees).
Alterations: Building permit costs will be based on appendix B of the 1997 Standard Building Code plus Zoning fees.
Horry County has implemented county-wide reassessments in 1982, 1987, 1999, 2005 and 2010. The next countywide reassessment is currently scheduled to be implemented for tax year 2014.
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