Real Estate Forms
Real Estate Forms:
- The following forms are available online for print-out purposes only.
- You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader© or the Microsoft Word Viewer to view or print these forms.
|Real Estate Sales Programs and Forms
Learn more about the following Sales Programs:
Court Auction Sales
Side Yard Sales Program
Treasurer's Sale Available for Auction
Treasurer's Sale Regulations
Treasurer's Sale Bid Sheet
Complete a Request to Purchase Form to purchase City Owned
Request to Purchase Form
Request to Purchase Business Entity Form
Request a Tax Certification with Real Estate Department
Request for City Lien Verification Letter (Tax Certification)
Request to Include Tax Delinquent Properties in Treasurer’s Sale Form
|Tax Relief Programs
|Act 77 – Senior Tax Relief
|Act 50- Homestead Tax Exemption
*For any discrepancy on your bill please contact 412-255-2525. Real Estate bills are calculated based on Allegheny County Assessment Data. To update your information with Allegheny County please contact 412-350-4100
Act 77 Property Tax Relief Verification Form 2020
Application available through Allegheny County
|Discount Extension Form
|If you did not meet the 2% discount deadline (February 10th) of the current tax year, you can complete Discount Extension Form to qualify for the 2% discount. The filing deadline for all Discount Extension Forms will be December 31 of the current tax year.
|City of Pittsburgh Tax Abatement Application
Complete the City of Pittsburgh Tax Abatement Application to receive a tax exemption on your property.
For additional details regarding Abatement Programs, refer to Abatement Guidelines and Chapter 265 and Chapter 267 of the City Ordinance.
CITY OF PITTSBURGH SUMMARY OF AMENDED TAX ABATEMENT
The City of Pittsburgh has consolidated and replaced several real estate tax abatement programs (Act 42, Local Economic Revitalization Tax Act/LERTA, Local Economic Stimulus, and Visitability) effective July 1, 2020. The amended abatements are available city-wide with incentives for affordable housing, job creation, and/or investing in distressed (CDBG-eligible) areas or the Lower Hill District by offering longer and higher-value abatements to projects meeting certain requirements.
|Owner-occupied residential/for-sale development
|Commercial residential (rental or otherwise not occupied by the owner)
|Industrial, commercial, or other business structures