The Charlton County Board of Assessors (BOA) is responsible for the preparation of the annual real and personal property tax digest in compliance with the laws of Georgia.  The Board of Assessors is comprised of five members, who are appointed by the Charlton County Board of Commissioners.

The Assessors Office receives Real and Personal Property Returns, Homestead Exemption Applications, Conservation Use Application, Forest Land Protection Act Applications, Timber Sale or Harvest Reports (PT-283) and Manufactured Home Returns.

The Assessors are responsible for mailing out the annual assessment notices and receiving  appeals. 

Our mission is to maintain a modern assessment office, which provides for fair and equitable property valuations along with exceptional customer service to the property owners of Charlton County.

It has been several years since Charlton County last conducted a comprehensive review of all the properties, (residential properties, commercial properties, industrial properties, and agriculture properties).  GMASS has been contracted to assist the staff with the property reappraisals.  Property owners may notice a contractor or a member of Charlton County Tax Assessors Office inspecting their property starting February, 2020 and concluding in the year 2022 a part of a comprehensive review of all of the county's properties.  This revaluation of properties is to ensure that all properties in Charlton County are assessed at fair market value.  This is to include grading, measuring, and photographing structures.  The inspections will not take place inside homes.  The GMASS Appraisers will have a Photo ID and the cars will be clearly marked.  If you have any questions or concerns about this process please call our office at 912-496-7437.   


Standard Homestead Exemption
The standard homestead exemption available to all homeowners that occupy their home as a residence. April 1 deadline.
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Application for over age 65 $4000 County and $10000 School Tax Exemption
Homestead exemption for persons sixty-five (65) years of age or over. April 1 Deadline.
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Application for over age 62 $10000 School Tax Exemption
Homestead exemption for persons sixty-two (62) years of age or over if gross income does not exceed $10,000. April 1 Deadline.
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This assessment provides for the valuation of agricultural property at current use value rather than fair market value. April 1 Deadline. Please call The County Tax Assessors Office for information before submitting application.
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Many forms for filing Real and Personal Property forms are available at the following link.
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