You will receive your 2024 Property Tax bill from Dec 2023.

(NEW!) Extended Giro Scheme for Residential Property (Retirees)

As announced at Budget 2024, you will be eligible for an extended instalment plan of up to 24 months for the payment of the property tax for your residential property if you meet the following criteria:

  • You are residing in the property (i.e. your property is taxed at the owner-occupier tax rates); and
  • Your assessable income does not exceed $34,000 in YA2023; and
  • All the owner(s) of the property, including yourself, are aged 65 or above in 2024; and
  • There is outstanding property tax payable for the property.

You can opt-in for this scheme from 19 Feb 2024 onwards. Refer to Experiencing difficulties in paying your tax? for the steps on how to apply for an extended instalment plan. You will be required to declare that you meet the above criteria in your application. Please note that your extended instalment plan will be reverted to the standard instalment plan of up to Dec 2024 if you are subsequently found to not have met the above criteria.

Understanding property tax

Property tax is a tax on ownership of property whether it is rented out, owner-occupied or vacant.

Our Taxes. Our Nation.
Property tax payments goes towards funding a child’s education, medical facilities for the aged and parks for all to enjoy!

Annual Value (AV)
AV is determined based on estimated market rentals of similar or comparable properties. You can compare it with rentals listed on the HDB and URA websites.

Property tax rates

Property tax to be paid = AV X Tax Rates

Property tax rates on owner-occupied and non-owner-occupied residential properties are applied on a progressive scale. All other properties are taxed at 10% of the Annual Value.

Applying for owner-occupier tax rates

If you are residing in your property but it is currently taxed at "non-owner-occupier residential tax rates", you can apply for the owner-occupier tax rates via our Apply for Owner-Occupier Tax Rates digital service. You can view the status of your application thereafter in the same digital service. 

Property tax payment

Your property tax payment is due on 31 Jan 2024.

IRAS will send customised SMS reminders with your property address, tax amount to be paid and property tax reference number. Final reminders will be sent in the last week of January.

Digital payments using your property tax reference number


GIRO payments

Enjoy one-time deduction or up to 12 interest-free monthly instalments with GIRO.

For Individuals

For Businesses

  • myTax Portal (for DBS/POSB, OCBC, UOB, Maybank and Bank of China customers)

Taxpayers with previous GIRO arrangement with IRAS can re-activate GIRO at myTax Portal (Apply for Payment Plan).

Check property tax balance

Use the IRAS bot by clicking 'IRAS Bot' at the bottom right of the webpage or access the Check Property Tax Balance digital service to check your property tax balance.

Electronic property tax (e-PT) bills

Enjoy convenience and go green by choosing e-PT bills. You will be notified via SMS and/ or email when your e-PT Bill is ready. You may view your bill via our View Property Tax Notices digital service.

Benefits of e-PT Bills


No more lost mails! You may access your e-PT Bills with your Singpass.


You may view up to 3 years of e-PT Bills anytime, anywhere.


Receive SMS and/ or email notifications on how much to pay and by when.

Improved property tax digital billing experience

For owners who own more than 1 property and have opted for the consolidated electronic property tax bill. You will receive a single notification, instead of separate notifications, once your digital bills are ready for viewing at

Our improved property dashboard allows you to get an overview of your portfolio of properties and print a consolidated summary statement.

Corporate owners are able to download essential property tax information to suit your company’s needs.

Interactive property tax bill (i-Bill)

View and pay your property tax bills on your mobile phones or laptops through i-Bill.

Every December, IRAS will send a unique link via SMS and/ or email to selected residential property owners to view their bill on an interactive platform. The last 4-digits (e.g. 6789) of the owner’s ID (e.g. NRIC or FIN) will be required for verification purpose.

Property tax digital services

You can access digital services at myTax Portal to:

  • Manage your preference for electronic or paper notices
  • View your account summary (tax account details, payment plan schedule, statement of account, etc.)
  • View your property dashboard (annual value, tax rate, etc.)
  • View a copy of your notices/bills and correspondence
  • Apply for owner-occupier tax rates

Find out more information on our digital services.

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