How do I report my tangible personal property values?

All Short-Term owners in Greene County should report their assets owned, as of January 1, regardless of value. All assets are to be reported at the original cost new or replacement cost new. When reporting assets, be as detailed as possible to ensure accurate valuation.

Everything that is moveable, inside or outside, is considered personal property. This includes all:

  • Any and all kitchen wares used to provide the service
  • Appliances
  • Furnishings
  • Hot tubs
  • Linens
  • Mattresses

Personal Property Values Examples

ItemAge of ItemOriginal or Replacement Cost (New)
Dining room setPurchased with Home$800 estimated replacement cost
Kitchenware (pots, pans, dishes, etc.)2 years$800
Leather sofa5 years$800
Linens2 years$1,000
Refrigerator10 years$1,000

Items Purchased with Home

If you purchased the home with furnishings included, please highlight these items and estimate a new replacement cost. We will use the purchase date of the home as the age of the item.

Returned / Used Items

Please note that all items must be returned at the original cost new. In the case of used items, you must estimate the replacement cost for the item if you were to purchase it new today.

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1. Do other states have an ad valorem personal property tax?
2. What is tangible personal property for a short-term rental?
3. Who files a return for tangible personal property?
4. What items are to be included in the return?
5. What sources do the Tax Assessor's Office use for discovery of personal property?
6. How and when are tangible personal property taxes required to be filed?
7. What is the assessed value in Georgia?
8. How do I report my tangible personal property values?
9. What happens if I don't file a return?
10. Who can I contact with questions?