Can you pay off a PID?

They are more common in some states than others. If your home is in a PID, you will be taking on an extra tax obligation, but this obligation will generally be paid off when the specific infrastructure improvement is paid for. This is generally in 20 to 40 years. A buyer may also pay off the entire bill up front.

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1. What is a Public Improvement District (PID)?
2. What are Public Improvement District (PID) Assessments?
3. What do the Public Improvement District (PID) Assessments pay for?
4. How are the Assessments calculated?
5. How do residents pay their assessments?
6. How are the lot types determined?
7. Can you pay off a PID?
8. Is the PID tax deducible?
9. What is the difference between a PID and a MUD?