Yes. Property taxes are usually prorated to the closing date. If the seller paid property taxes for a time period when you actually own the property, you would reimburse the seller for this amount at the closing. This appears as a buyer charge on the settlement sheet. If the seller owes taxes, this may appear as a buyer credit on the sheet.

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