I received a bill but my real estate tax bill should be paid by my mortgage company. What should I do?

If you received a real estate tax bill at the end of June and your escrow should be paying, make a copy of your bill, circle the dollar amount of the real estate payment due, write your loan number on it, and immediately forward it to your escrow agent or mortgage company with a note explaining the situation. The address should be given in your mortgage payment coupon book. Then, notify the Tax Collector’s Office that your mortgage company should be paying the bill. Regardless of who is paying the bill, payments are due by August 1st and February 1st.